This is my fourteenth author interview. To see all the author interviews I've done in the past, click HERE.
This interview is spoiler-free!
The Toymaker's Doll can be considered an allegorical story. What did you enjoy the most when writing the story in this format? What were some of the challenges, if any?
Do you have a favorite character in this story? Why or why not?
If you could describe yourself in a sound, which sound would you choose?
Do you have a favorite Christmas treat? If so, what?
Do you have any future projects?
Why are you pursuing indie publishing?
Who are some of your favorite authors?
What are some of your favorite books?
What advice would you give to other writers?
Thanks for joining me today. I hope you had as much fun reading through E.G. Bella's answers as I did! Again, The Toymaker's Doll is available on Amazon, and a sneak peek and a playlist link are on E.G. Bella's site.
I'd love to hear what you thought about this post! Did any of E.G. Bella's answers catch your interest? Why? What would your answers be to the questions? If you haven't read The Toymaker's Doll already, would you consider adding it to your TBR list?
I'm not sure when I'll get back to posting regularly on here, but I do have a few ideas in mind, so expect to hear from me again soon. Posts will be on Fridays, as always!