Today’s interview is with Jamie Adams, part-time teacher and indie writer.

LQ: Tell me a little bit about yourself.
JA: I am a part-time teacher and have also worked in retail management in the past. I studied a degree in geography twenty years ago and still have a keen interest in glaciers, rivers, and the environment. My hobbies include trying hard to keep fit, reading lots and taking any chance I get to see live theatre, comedy and watch movies.

LQ: What does your writing process look like?
JA: I rarely plan my writing to start with, although partway through I…

Today’s interview is with G.M. Nair, a comedy writer with a degree in Aerospace Engineering.

LQ: Tell me a little bit about yourself.

GN: I’m G.M. Nair, and despite possessing advanced degrees in Aerospace Engineering, I’ve written comedy for the stage and screen. Last year I decided to take the leap into the highly unlucrative field of self-publishing and am the author of the Duckett & Dyer: Dicks For Hire sci-fi/mystery/comedy series.

I currently live in New York City, if you can call that living!

LQ: What does your writing process look like?

GN: I usually — and I wouldn’t…

Today’s interview is with children’s author and illustrator Andy Stonehouse. His book, Lily and Sam, raise money for Stand Against MND, to help people with MND.

LQ: Tell me a little bit about yourself.

AS: I live in Leicestershire with my wife, Victoria, and between us we have three daughters. I’m a writer and illustrator of children’s books aimed at 2–4-year-olds. I’ve self-published 4 children’s books so far (Adventures of Lily Series), two of those co-written with Victoria, all of them illustrated by me. They have all been inspired by our daughters, but are based around Lily, our youngest who…

LQ: Tell me a little bit about yourself.

NF: “Trying to define yourself is like trying to bite your own teeth” — Alan Watts

And with that in mind:

I have 2 bachelor degrees (1 in philosophy, 1 in psychology) and a master’s degree (applied criminology).

I work on writing both novels and scripts for audio fiction at the moment and I handle most of the post-production processes for episodes.

Otherwise, I am a big reader and gamer (video games, Dungeons and Dragons, Magic: the Gathering), I am a foodie who likes to cook and bake.

I am a big…

Today’s interview is with Simon Pearce, owner of Space Monkey Creations.

LQ: Tell me a little bit about yourself.

SP: My name is Simon Pearce and I am an English language teacher at a university. I have lived in several countries, but am originally from the UK. I now live and work abroad for the foreseeable future.

Outside of the day job, I am in the process of building my own company called Space Monkey Creations (SMC), which has 3 interests: books, videos, and clothing. So far, I have published my own 2 novels and that of 1 other author…

I Married a Pirate by Samantha David

Today’s interview is with Samantha David, licensed airplane pilot and writer.

LQ: What’s it like, flying a plane?
SD: Flying planes is relaxing because you can’t afford to think of anything except the plane. Even in the least demanding phases (flying straight and level on your way somewhere) you need to keep an eye on the instrument panel, the gauges, the fuel. You need to remain at a constant altitude, not be blown off course, aware of what’s happening on the radio, and of course you mustn’t crash into anyone else! So there’s no time to think about things you haven’t…

Posted on May 6, 2020

Todays’ interview is with LGBTQ+ fantasy writer S.S. Long.

LQ: Tell me a little bit about yourself.​

SL: I’m S S Long and I’m a queer (asexual) author who lives and works in England. I have been writing since I was six years old; I’m now almost forty and haven’t stopped writing yet. (I have to add though that I haven’t been working on the same story for all that time!) I mostly write short fantasy-based stories although I do often write in other genres too (primarily horror, paranormal romance, sci-fi and urban fantasy with…

Today’s interview is with steampunk romantic and erotica writer Diesel Jester

LQ: Tell me a little bit about yourself.
DJ: Well, if you’d told me ten or twenty years ago that I’d be an Accounting Technician for the State of Alaska, I probably would’ve laughed at you. I’m originally from Tucson, Arizona who’s been around the country a lot over the years thanks to family moving me around and jobs moving me around. I started creative writing in the 7th grade waaaaay back when I was 13. …

Deep Down by Elouise East

Today’s interview is with author Elouise East.

LQ: Tell me a little bit about yourself.
EE: I am a single mum to two children. I live in a town in Leicestershire, UK. Reading has been a passion of mine since I learned to read and my writing started when I was a teenager. I didn’t share any of my work until I decided to self-publish last year. I published my first gay romance in July 2019. I haven’t looked back and I love the camaraderie I found through the whole writing community.

LQ: What does your writing process look like?

Indie April continues way past April here at Lover’s Quarrel. The indie author interview is with Tyler Wittkosky.

LQ: Tell me a little bit about yourself.

TW: My name is Tyler Wittkofsky. I graduated from the University of North Carolina Wilmington with my Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing and my Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Business Analytics. I’m currently working in PR/Communications and I’m very active in volunteering around my community.

So how did I start writing? I’ve been a writer from a young age, my grandmother was an English teacher…

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