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Friday, 12 November 2010

Annie Sanders Guest Author Interview Prize Giveaway

I am delighted and honoured to present to you, my readers and followers, the successful author duo Annie Ashworth and Meg Sanders, who have agreed to be interviewed here at Scribble and Edit.  These two talented ladies have combined their writing skills in order to produce some highly entertaining novels.



So if you are all sitting comfortably, then the interview can begin:











As part of this blog post you can win a Xmas 'Star Comment' Prize : A copy of 'Gap Year for Grown Ups' which will be awarded to the lucky follower/commenter. You are invited to advertise this interview prize in your side bar and tweet about it to your friends.

Thank you, once again, Annie and Meg and all those who've dropped by to join in the fun.


23 comments:

  1. I'm in awe and a little jealous (in a nice way)of Annie and Meg. It most be wonderful to have someone to feed off and check ideas with. I also found the comments about using the first person POV in Famous Last Words helpful. My WIP in progess is in that viewpoint and I keep having to remind myself to make the two characters voices different.

    Thank you for the interview!

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  2. Thank you for sharing this interview!

    It must be really cool to have someone so in sync with you in such a creative driven process.

    I have linked your contest in my sidebar. :)

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  3. they sound fantastic and I love their book cover. Now on to you, you need to teach me all your techie tricks I love the way u do stuff on your blog.

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  4. Each author's natural voice is distinct, it seems to me, unless deliberately copying the voice of another author. I wonder whether Annie and Meg have each moved towards a common voice, or whether one tends to copy the voice of the other?
    I think I would find it very hard to write collaboratively, so kudos to Annie and Meg!

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  5. wonderful interview! I haven't read any of their books yet, but they've definitely been added to my TBR pile :) Going to go FB about the interview. And I agree with Joanna. I love the look of your blog. The interview was fun but just plain pretty as well :D

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  6. I remember being amazed and impressed when I discovered that Annie Sanders was in fact two people!

    I can't imagine being able to write with another person, but how wonderful to double up on the creativity.

    I'll be putting Gap Year for Grown Ups on my Christmas wish list :o)

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  7. Fantastic interview! I'm always amazed by writing partnerships.

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  8. Yes I wish I had a writing buddy to bounce ideas off (even though Annie & Meg warn that such partnerships usually fail).

    Glad you like the layout. Thanks soo much. It takes a bit of work when I should be writing my novel.:O)

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  9. I marvel at people who are disciplined enough to maintain a writing partnership. Good thing you get along! :-) Wonderful post and interview.

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  10. lovely interview,
    it takes time and dedication to remain active on writing, you did perfect job.

    Happy Friday!

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  11. Great interview! I'm not sure how easy it would be for me to work with someone, but they've certainly mastered creating a working partnership successfully!

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  12. What a lovely interview! Thanks so much for sharing with us. I especially liked when the pig flew by the window. :)

    Thanks also for stopping by my blog, commenting, and following. Very nice to meet you. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  13. Great interview, I enjoyed reading. It would be so hard to write in partnership, so kudos to Annie and Meg for doing so. I love reading about people who work so closely together to write :)

    Rach

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  14. I tweeted for you: http://twitter.com/#!/RachaelHarrie/status/3181938378547201 :)

    Rach

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  15. Great interview. It's a wonderful thing to be able to find two writers who are so compatible. I love the combined author name :)

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  16. Thanks for all the lovely comments. Yes I wonder of they realise how lucky they are to have found each other?

    I thought you'd all be talking about the hunky guy writer's oasis ;O)

    Thanks also to my followers those who are new and those already established.

    Thanks Rachael for my '1st ever' tweet and Michelle for announcing this on Facebook :O)

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  17. So awesome! I've been writing a YA book that alternates between 2 characters sharing their 1st person POV. How much more fun to do it with a friend, then try to ensure your voice is different with each character. I added The Gap Year For Grown Ups to my reading list. :)

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  18. When it works it's Great! Chemistry is so important and you two ladies have it. Wonderful interview.

    Michael

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  19. Thanks Jenn, yes I'm so jealous of them :O)

    Michael I was just thinking about your comment regarding your mum being a Rose Marie when you left this comment here!

    I'm now wondering whether when these ladies are at a book signing, Annie signs Annie and Meg signs Sanders after it? LOL!

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  20. That collaboration sounds wonderful. I'm going to have to check out their books.

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  21. Great interview. I like writing alone, but it does sound intriguing to have a partner like that. I need to look for their books. Love their name. :)

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  22. Hi Madeline. I love these ladies and have read all their books and follow them on fb. I love the idea of a gap year for grownups!

    I must say you have raised the bar for author interviews. So pretty and refreshing. I respect the time it must take, but thanks for making the time..:)

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  23. Bless you Lotusgirl, Robyn and L'Aussie. I'm glad you enjoyed the author interview and the presentation of it. I enjoyed its evolution, too. ;O)

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