I really enjoyed this interview that Alex did with Mike Turner!
One thing I’ve been seeing in these interviews (in our fabulous Navigating IndieWorld Blog-Go-Round this month) is that we all have a variant of: “I’ve been writing stories for as long as I can remember.”
It’s been a short while since the last Navigating Indieworld Blog-Go-Round, we’ve had a group promotion running and of course life has gotten in the way, it’s time, though, for it to start up again.
My first interview of this round is Mike Turner, who until recently was a journalist in London, and who now lives in the North of England and writes full-time.
I realise this is an obvious way to start, Mike but…
Me – How did you get into writing?
Mike – I’ve been writing stories for as long as I can remember. My first book was when I was about seven and involved a boy who was turned into an enormous anthropromorphic orange. The poor fella was chased all around town by people trying to squeeze him for all the awesome juice a five foot tall orange would no doubt produce. I remember presenting it to…
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Thanks for the reblog.