Author Talk: Interview with Dawn M. Paul

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Meet Dawn she’s a reader, writer, artist, poet, yarnie, gnome-lover, Christian, wife, mom, and friend. This is the second time Rochelle interviews her (yes, part of the original interview was deleted). This time Sumi the Wonder-dog pays a visit.

They talk about Dawn’s writing and artistic faith-filled journey beginning young and blossoming in recent years. Dawn is member of several groups including SCBWI and NaNoWriMo. She offers sage advice in a writerly fashion. She has eight books published at this time.

Dawn lives in Ohio with her husband and has degrees and/or diplomas in Humanities, English Literature, Business Management, Travel, and Children’s Literature. She fancies herself a poet, writer, artist, reader, wife, mom, and lover of gnomes, color, yarn, books and God. She tends to see the world through rose-colored glasses and even sometimes, with a luminescent glow.

Read her poems and stories on the blog at https://dmpaul.com and get access to “The World of Christian Tompta” at https://christiantompta.com/

Author Talk: Interview with C.J.Baty

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One thing C.J. has learned from life and she is often heard to say is: “You are never too old to follow your dream!”

C.J.’s website: https://www.cjbaty.com/ 

Twitter: cbaty

Facebook page: CJ-Baty-Author

Blog: C.J.’s Blog

Grace Augustine: https://www.facebook.com/grace.au.372

Watch the Interview on YouTube

Rochelle Bradley, author of the Fortuna, Texas series, interviews m/m murder mystery, m/m paranormal romance author CJ Baty. They talk pros & cons of publishing, Americana history, the Pinkerton series, the ghost train, gay dragon shifters, co-writing, and fan fiction.

Author Bio: C. J. Baty lives in southwest Ohio. Her heart however, lives in the mountains of Tennessee where she hopes to retire some day. The mountains have always provided her with inspiration and a soothing balm to the stresses of everyday life.

The dream of writing her own stories started in high school but was left on the back burner of life until her son introduced her to fan fiction and encouraged her to give it a try. She found that her passion for telling a story was still there and writing them down to share with others was much more thrilling than she had ever expected.

She has a loving and supportive family who doesn’t mind fixing their own meals when she is in the middle of a story, and a network of friends, who have encouraged and cheered her on in her quest of being an author.