Today we sit down with Virginia author Elmer Seward. Elmer is going to tell us about his interesting work, his inspiration and share a bit about himself as we sample his writing.
Please enjoy this edition of 20 Questions.
Q1) When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?
It’s funny; I never aspired to be a writer. It began mostly out of boredom during exercise four years ago. I began fashioning a plot and characters and then found myself compelled to put it on paper.
Q2) How long does it typically take you to write a book?
This question is a bit difficult to answer because I have written my three novels in overlapping timeframes. As I am completing one novel, I am beginning the next. Moving back and forth between novels makes the process longer, but I would say twelve to eighteen months is the average.
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