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Play Genre Slip-n-Slide: My Interview with Sarah Potter, Author of “Quirky” Novels

Last week, I visited Leigh Ward-Smith’s blog for an interview all about my quirky novels, inspiration, marketing, and what is next on my writing agenda. To read the full post, click on the link below. Whilst visiting, do have a read of some of Leigh’s wonderfully speculative short fiction, poems, and opinions about things that matter.

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sarah-potter-interview_noah-padgett-cover Sarah’s newest novel, on special Dec. 25 through Jan. 1, 2017! Check out her Kindle Count-down deal and the Audio book version.

If you’re like me, you love to pick the brains of all the book-lovers and writers you know.

To that end, I’m very nearly ecstatic to host my very first author interview here on the ol’ Wordsmithery blog. So, without further ado, please join me in welcoming speculative fiction author and blogger Sarah Potter, who recently published a new novel.

*Please note that green typefaces are for emphasis and were supplied by me (that is, Leigh).

sarah-potter-interview_sarah Author walking in the wilds of the U.K.

1. Sarah, for those who might be visiting my blog and/or getting to know you for the first time, could you please introduce your own writing and other literary history, such as your own blog (and how long you’ve been doing that, etc.)?

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12 thoughts on “Play Genre Slip-n-Slide: My Interview with Sarah Potter, Author of “Quirky” Novels

  1. A wonderful interview. I love hearing about other authors, so thank you for this peek inside a quality and talented poet.

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  2. Thank you again, Sarah. It was such an honour to speak with you, and someday very soon I’ll get to say I’ve interviewed (NYT or otherwise) best-selling author Sarah Potter! 🙂 Many good wishes to you and yours at the holidays!

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    • Wouldn’t that be wonderful? A best-selling author. I have the “line of fame” on my palm, but so far it hasn’t happened. Still, Agatha Christie didn’t hit the big-time until she was 70, so there’s time to play with yet. Wishing you and yours a wonderful holiday, too 🙂

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  3. I left a comment on the original post ~ Excellent interview~

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  4. Wonderful interview dearest Sarah, have left a comment over at Leigh’s 🙂 xxxx

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  5. It was a great interview Sarah, lots of interesting snippets 🙂

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  6. Excellent interview!

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