My Dream Interview with Ceri from Read and Review It
Welcome, first of all please tell us about yourself &
Hi! I’m Ceri from Read And Review It, a full time
student blogging about all things book related, from reviews to interviews to
recommendations to tags and everything in between. I’ve had a passion for
reading and writing for as long as I can remember, and to pursue this I’m going
to be starting a Creative Writing degree in come September. I’ve been blogging
for nearly a year now, which feels crazy to say! My aim is for my blog to be a one stop
shop for all your bookish content.
Who have you chosen as the person who you'd consider your
dream interview (you are interviewing them)
I’ve thought about this a lot, and I’m going to go for
Holly Jackson! She’s up there with my favorite authors of all time, and it
would be an honor to even dream of speaking to her.
The interviewee is running behind schedule & so they
only have time for 5 questions, what are your 5 you choose to ask?
a sentence, how would you sum up A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder?
book in the AGGGTM trilogy was your favorite to writer - A Good Girl’s Guide To
Murder, Good Girl, Bad Blood or As Good As Dead?
your biggest writing inspiration?
you could meet the characters from AGGGTM, what would you say to them? Do you
think you’d get on?
you have any plans for future books? If so, can you tell us a bit about them?
The interviewee makes mention that they have seen your
blog, what could they say that would mean the world to you?
Honestly, literally any positive feedback about my blog
always means the world to me! That being said, a comment about my writing style
always hits differently, and it would mean even more coming from one of my
biggest inspirations as a writer.
Where can people connect
with you and check out your blog?
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