engl. Interview

Interview mam Brittainy C. Cherry


I am really glad you’ve accepted my interview. Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my questions.

Can you tell us a bit more about how you became a writer?
I was a very shy kid, so writing is how I expressed myself. I wrote my first book when I was fifteen years old, and ever since then, I’ve been writing, writing, writing.

Was it difficult for the first book to find a publisher?
I’m actually self-published on all of my titles in the US! So, I didn’t have to do the publisher search.

Could you describe literature in three words?
Powerful. Life-altering. Real.

Is there a book you would never read?
Why? I don’t have any books I’d avoid!

What’s your favorite book?
Archer’s Voice by Mia Sheridan

EBooks or paper print?
Paper print!

What inspires you?
Everyday people living their lives trying to make their dreams come true! There’s nothing more inspiring then watching people go after their dreams.

Imagine you were given the opportunity to meet a book character in real life. Who would that be?
Please explain.
I’d love to meet Gatsby from The Great Gatsby to just live a minute in the same space as such an interesting character.

What’s your worst nightmare?
I honestly don’t know! Ha! I think I look too much on the positive side to think of my worst nightmare.

The best decision of your life was?
To hit ‘publish’ five years ago.

I can’t wait to read your next book. Are you currently working on a project? Is there any release date to reveal?
Thank you! I am working on my upcoming novel, Eleanor & Grey which will release next year! No official date yet, but it’s on its way!

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