Interview With Sarah Potter

A big thank you to Dave Farmer for hosting the first stop on my Blog Book Tour and for asking me some most interesting questions 🙂

Dave Farmer

Desiccation_Sarah_Potter

This is a first for me – an interview with an actual real life author, Sarah Potter, the creator of Desiccation. The cover is wonderful, harking back to the good old days of sci-fi when people knew where they stood with bugs from another dimension.

Not like these days where villains and heroes are interchangeable and plots rip off other plots to the point where you spend too much time trying to remember which other book the current book you’re reading reminds you of.

We’ll get to the cover artwork in the intermission.

I wanted to share the rear cover because it looks nicely creepy on its own. Here’s the blurb from Amazon:

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Mayhem is about to break out at an elite English boarding school. Autumn Term 1967, Samantha, the new head girl, intends to reign supreme and exploit every loophole in the system to her advantage. This includes running…

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Author: Sarah Potter Writes

Sarah is a British eccentric who writes offbeat fiction, haiku and tanka poetry. She's into nature, gardening, and natural health. Her sociability is something that happens in short bursts with long breathing spaces in between.

11 thoughts on “Interview With Sarah Potter”

      1. Am not sure that some of the words I’ve used in my book are in the regular dictionary, but they would be in a dictionary of British slang. Sometimes in my writing, my fictional characters make up words, just to confuse things further. I think I’ve italicised these in Desiccation.

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      2. I set my kindle dictionary to UK dictionary and it picks up the words. It even goes as far to inform that it’s slang. I did run into a word or two that wasn’t in the dictionary but you explained. Now that I am 25% into the book I’m breezing through. I am enjoying and you have me hooked I want to hurry up and find out what’s going on.

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