MH: There’s The Age of Adolescence: Poetry, which is a collection of treasured poems written to visualize many experiences seen from youth to adulthood. Love Is Blind, But The Neighbors Ain’t is about Lynna, a university student, in the 1970s. Eden Anna and the Secret Closet is about a girl living in her world with her dress and toys.
CB: What inspires you to write?
CB: What are your goals in publishing your work?
CB: What books are you working on now?
MH: Working on various writings.
CB: Do you have any other published work, besides your books, such as poems, articles in magazines, etc.?
CB: Where can we purchase your books and do you offer signed copies?
MH: You can purchase it in local stores, Amazon and from my website. There are signed copies. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
CB: What websites or blogs might we find out more about you?
CB: Tell us about your artist interview blog and how one might go about contacting you for an interview.
MH: It is a blog website for artists, in which they are interviewed to promote themselves. It’s at wtypewriterw.blogspot.com and to contact is email@example.com
CB: Thank you, MaryAnn, for joining us today. Any parting words for aspiring authors?
MH: Don’t give up.