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Author Interview with Beverley Langland


Author Interview with Beverly Langland

What was your childhood ambition?

To become an astronaut. I was at the perfect age for the excitement of the race into space to capture my young imagination. I remember staying up all night to watch the moon landing with my parents and afterwards making plastic models of the Apollo launcher and the Eagle landing craft. It’s a shame that such excitement has gone from the world, with trips into space now reported as an afterthought. Needless to say, the Welsh space program was severely limited, thwarting my ambition. The closest I achieved was to become an aerospace engineer. Still, the excitement fuelled my hunger for SF stories and reading in general.

What was your first job?

Other than paper and milk rounds, my first official job was climbing into lofts and attics to clear out old fibreglass lagging and replacing it with new insulation. Not long before at school, I had learned of the dreadful conditions children used to work under in the Victorian era. I remember thinking as I suffered in the sweltering heat within the coveralls and rubber gloves and mask with my eyes turning blotchy red that little had changed. I realized then that I should have paid more attention at school! Continue reading

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March 27, 2010 Posted by | Author Interviews | , , , | Leave a comment

Author interview with Clarice Clique


Interview with Clarice Clique

Q. What was your childhood ambition?
My first one was to be a writer, then I got a little older and was convinced I was going to become Christian Slater’s wife, then I got even older and it was back to being a writer.

Q. What are the most important components that go into making  good erotic fiction?
Not putting any limits on your imagination or being scared of pushing down boundaries.

Q. What does your working day typically consist of?
Getting up as late possible, I’m a girl that was definitely made to spend as much time in bed as possible. Staring at a blank screen daydreaming for far too long. Possibly going back to bed with my favourite buzzing friend. After lunch frantically typing and getting everything in my head down on paper. In the evening it is careful fine tuning word by word, or if it is a good day I am busy getting real life inspiration for my next story. Continue reading

March 26, 2010 Posted by | Author Interviews | , , , , , | 4 Comments