At the moment, we’re at ten contributors for Authors Answer. We were at a peak of thirteen at one point, though. But three members have since retired from the group, and with this month’s absences due to various reasons (busy publishing is the biggest reason), I thought it would be good to have some more contributors.
So, if you are an author, published or unpublished, I’d love to hear from you! Please go to the About page and send me a message through the contact form. Let me know anything you’d like about yourself, and I’ll reply with some interview questions. Depending on how many people apply, I may not be able to accept everyone. However, I will send everyone interview questions to determine who I’m looking for. Last time I asked for contributors, I added three people. So, if you’re interested, please send me a message!
Authors Answer has been going strong for eighty-three weeks now without a single week off. That’s eighty-three questions. By the end of this month, we’ll be at eighty-six. Not so far from a hundred!
But now is your chance to ask the authors some questions. If you could ask an author any question, what would it be? This is not for a specific author, but for authors in general. Keep in mind that the simple, obvious questions have already been asked. Think of something unique and creative. You can ask your question (or questions) in the comments below, and you’ll see the answers starting after June. I will also be linking back to your blog, if you have one.
So, what are you waiting for? Ask some questions!
I’m going to start doing something new on this blog. Not reblog. Those don’t get read very much. I’m going to respond to other people’s blog posts.
I’m going to link to the original blog post that I feel needs to be responded to, and write what I think about the topic. I will respond to anything about writing, books, science, environment, and sometimes current events. I will respond to some things I agree with, and I will tackle some posts I completely disagree with. I want to show another side of an argument or add on to a topic I think is important.
And to start things off, I’m going to take requests. If you have a blog post you’d like me to respond to, let me know in the comments below. Preferably your blog post, but I’ll take other suggestions, too. Looking forward to seeing what you want me to respond to.
Authors Answer has been going for 58 weeks now, so we’ve done 58 questions. Now it’s your chance to ask some questions. I’ve done this before and had a great response. Now I’m looking for you to step up again and ask some great new questions.
You can check the questions index page for past questions just so you don’t duplicate any. It hasn’t been updated with the last few questions, though. I must get that done.
So, since you have a few authors with varying experience, different genres, and plenty of personality, you’ll get some very interesting answers. I would like you to go down to the comments section and ask your questions. Ask as many as you like. The first ones may actually be asked in January, so you don’t have to wait long. To get as many questions as possible, I have a request for everyone. Can you share this post on social media, as well as with friends? Reblog if you like, too. The more the merrier.
I look forward to your questions!
The time has come for some new questions. If you have some questions about books, writing, or any aspect of publishing that you want our authors to answer, please leave them in the comments below. Check the Authors Answer index page to see what has already been asked so you don’t ask a duplicate question.
These questions will start appearing in July. As for June’s questions, I’m asking questions about various aspects of writing. You’ll be able to see how different authors approach writing and publishing.
We’re heading into the 30s soon. Imagine that, we’ve answered nearly 30 questions! Time flies. All ten authors have stuck with it, so I’d like to thank them for being so wonderful.
So, let’s get some great questions!
This past weekend, I posted a call for questions for our authors. I haven’t received any questions. So, I’m asking again, but with one difference.
First, check out the post. You can write your question in the comments there or here. It doesn’t matter which. Also, check out the list of past questions so you don’t ask the same thing again. The questions should be about books, writing, reading, or anything literary.
Now, for the extra task. Share this post through Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, StumbleUpon, Reddit, email, reblog, or however you’d like. Let’s get some interesting questions for our authors.
Thanks in advance!