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Tuesday, 13 March 2012

Author, Rachel Morgan Interview #5


Today I have been interviewing Rachel Morgan author of the paranormal fantasy series Creepy Hollow in which Guardian is the first installment.
Rather than one long post, there are separate, shorter posts appearing at 2 minute intervals today. COUNTING DOWN NOW!...
Interview post #5 See posts below for the rest of this interview.

Thanks to Rachel for sharing her journey with us.

So Bloggers, Do you think this style of presentation works?

19 comments:

  1. What a great way to break up the interview. Thanks for letting us know more about Rachel :-)

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  2. Rachel is such a sweet person. Congrats to her and wishing her lots of success.

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  3. Ha interesting way to do the interview.

    And yes, blogging is a definite time suck and yes, it's so worth it!

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  4. Thanks so much, Madeleine, for the time and effort you put into this beautifully presented interview.

    Sarah - It was really interesting to have the posts questions broken up like that into individual posts.

    Rachna - Thank you :-)

    Lynda - Glad you think it's worth it too!

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  5. Sarah, Rachna, Lynda Glad you enjoyed the interview & Presentation.

    Rachel You are welcome. I enjoyed hearing about your journey and presenting it on my blog.

    So do you think this style of presnetation works?

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  6. I sure wish my writing area looked that nice and neat and "writerly!"

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  7. BECKY - I did, ahem, tidy it up a little before taking a photo!

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  8. Madeleine - Great interview and awesome presentation.

    Rachel - Still seeing you everywhere. Good blog tour!

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  9. Carol - Haha, enjoy it while it lasts ;-) The blog tour will be over on Saturday. (Alternatively, breathe a sigh of relief on Saturday when you don't have to see me "everywhere" anymore!)

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  10. I love the break up but it is a tad confusing but that might just be because I'm a little slow :) I love the pictures you have put with each post.

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  11. Great presentation, Madeleine. It's a different approach to sharing the interview - bite size - which worked for me.

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  12. Very interesting way to break up the interview, and I love the format of it.

    Great answers from Rachel too! I can't wait to read book two.

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  13. Josh - Glad you liked the pictures!

    Debbie, Cherie - Thanks for visiting the interview :)

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  14. Great way to present an interview!

    Thanks for teeling us more about Rachel.

    Congratulations on the release of Guardian, Rachel!

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  15. Romance Reader - Thank you!

    Bose - Um... okay, thanks!

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  16. Hiya! Thanks for your BloggaMonsta entry - just wanted to let you know that the monster is up over at Daily Dodo - and you are a winner - so please do let me know what you fancy as your prize from the list
    Lxxx

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  17. Very nice page layout. Great blonggamonsta entry, too. Happy Pi Day!

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  18. What an awesome idea for an interview.

    I've read Rowling, but I haven't opened my Clare books yet. I will, though. I've heard great things about them.

    I tagged you on my blog, Madeleine.

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  19. M Pax - Happy Pi Day for yesterday! (It's embarrassing that I forgot about that, seeing as I'm a maths teacher and everything!)

    Medeia - Many, many, MANY great things! You must definitely get around to opening your Cassandra Clare books soon!

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