Special Guest: Paul Sutton Reeves

12 May

U.S. writer, Tamar Hela very kindly hosted this feature about my writing on her excellent blog. Do take a look at the other fascinating articles on her site.

Tamar Hela

Happy Friday, Friends!

Lately, I have been having some amazing guests on my blog, and today’s post is no exception. A fellow author, Twitter follower, and blogger has kindly acquiesced to my request for a more reflective, informative post. Personally, I love to read reflections of other authors because I not only find their background and experience interesting, but I feel I become a better writer myself after learning from another writer. Paul Sutton Reeves tells us his writing history in brief, and also allows us to take a peek at his thoughts regarding his writing process, his opinion on writing for a particular audience, and includes a writing sample. I connected with him on Twitter, after he had told me I was mentioned in a blog post he wrote. You better believe I was flattered! (Click HERE to read the post.) Now, I’m honored to share his personal insights…

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3 Responses to “Special Guest: Paul Sutton Reeves”

  1. Paul Sutton Reeves May 12, 2013 at 8:47 am #

    Hmm… can’t make that picture smaller – it was nowhere near that big in the original. Too much, already!

  2. Mari Biella May 12, 2013 at 12:21 pm #

    Interesting and informative post, Paul. I have to say, I like that photo – it’s actually quite similar to the mental image I have of O’Connell, in your war novel (which I’m enoying tremendously, by the way!)

  3. Paul Sutton Reeves May 12, 2013 at 2:25 pm #

    Thanks for the kind comments, Mari. I’ve never written a piece about my writing before, so it was interesting to do. As for the photo, there are very few of me in existence, the odd work one aside in which I always seem to look like a pickled beetroot… I suspect that I’m one of the least photogenic people on earth – or maybe the camera never lies!

    Anyway, I’m very pleased to hear that you’re enjoying my war novel. It makes all the hard work worthwhile when something you’ve written gives readers pleasure, especially ones whose opinions you hold in high regard.

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