One thing I’d like to do here on Out Where The Buses Don’t Run is conduct interviews with fellow writers. Especially those who are locked in their works-in-progress right now. Whether you took part in NaNoWriMo or not, it doesn’t matter. I’d like to use this interview series as a way to get to know more about my fellow writers and their approach to writing, as well as some interesting tidbits they’d like to share with me and my readers.
The interview will work like this, assuming you’re in: I’ll send you a few questions via e-mail. Your response to my questions will then prompt a few more questions from me. Another round of responses from you, and perhaps one final round of questions from me. Some questions about what you’re writing, what’s your take on writing, and perhaps some non-writing related questions, like “what was your worst experience in high school like?”
I’ll post the interview on my site, and you cross-post to your blog as well. The way I see it, your blog will earn you a few more readers, and you reposting the interview earns me a few more readers in return. It’s a win-win, I say.
If you’re interested, let me know in the Comments section below. I’ll give you my e-mail address and we’ll get the interview process started.
So who’s with me?