The Author Hotline
being developed by CW4K, or Creative Writing 4 Kids. They are the company behind a website that enables children to create and publish their own stories online. In its first year it has signed up over 2000 members and has been enthusiastically received by children, parents and teachers. In fact the response has been so encouraging that they are planning a huge expansion of its services. Embedding The Author Hotline into the site is part of that expansion...
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Q: What were you like at school?
I talked too much.
Q: What did you want to be when you were a child?
I wanted to read the news on the Radio.
Q: Which three words describe you best?
Active smiling Grandma.
Q: What is your favourite word?
Q: What makes you cringe?
Q: What are you afraid of?
Q: When did you last have a really good laugh?
When I slipped in the mud.
Q: What is your most treasured possession?
My digital hearing aids.
Q: What do you do as a hobby?
Q: What strange habits do you have?
I like to see the same numbers come up, like 2hours 22 minutes 22seconds on my watch.
Q: What’s your favourite food?
Very dark chocolate.
Q: What do you day dream about?
Q: What’s the most outrageous thing you’ve done?
Worn unsuitable clothes.
Q: What profession other than yours would you like to attempt?
Q: Do you feel younger or older than your current age?
Q: If you could meet one person, dead or alive, who would it be?
Q: What quality do you most admire in a person?
Q: What is the most interesting place you have ever visited?
Q: What is the best advice anyone has ever given you?
Keep on trying.
Q: What would you most like to change about yourself?
Q: What has life taught you?
Nothing is the end of the world.
Q: How long have you been a writer?
Q: Was there a specific moment in your life when you decide to become a writer?
No. I've always written.
Q: Where do you do your writing?
In my living room.
Q: What are the best and worst things about being an author?
Living in your head. Rewriting.
Q: Where do you get your greatest ideas from?
Q: Which of your own characters do you most identify with?
My grandmother although I never met her.
Q: What do you do to combat “writers’ block”?
I keep on writing anything.
Q: What was your favourite book as a child?
Q: What book do you wish you had written?
Q: What advice would you give to aspiring authors?
Keep on writing.
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