Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Your Chance to Interview a Debut Novelist!

As you can see from my post below, Christine Marciniak, debut novelist of WHEN MIKE KISSED EMMA, is launching her new book! Although I interviewed her last year, clearly a lot has been happening since then.

Christine has graciously agreed to update her interview this week.

So here's your chance! If you have any questions for Chris, would like to know what it's like to be a debut novelist, or want to ask about WHEN MIKE KISSED EMMA, ask here before Friday! Chris will go through and respond to your questions in a new interview on Friday!


Robyn Campbell said...

Christine, How did it feel to hold your book in your hands? It must be an awesome, awesome experience. I can't wait to read it, girl. :)

Pen Pen said...

I actually have a question for her about being a debut novelist:)
Here we go:
"After you found out about your book being published, who was the first person you told?! A family member?! Or- Did you roll down your car window and scream it out to everybody on the highway?!
:) Thanks!! Can't wait to read her work!!!

Christina Farley said...

My question is:
Once you began your marketing program, did you feel that was taking time away from your writing? How have you been able to balance promoting your new book and get that next one ready for the shelves?

Christine M said...

Ooh - these are good questions so far. Can't wait to answer them.

Danyelle said...

I can't wait to read the interview!

beth said...

Yay! I'm glad you guys are coming up with questions! These are better than the ones I could think of! (Although Penny, that was my first question, too!)

RKCharron said...

Hi :)
Has being a published author changed your life in any way?
Is your family more accepting of the time alone writing, or were they always accepting of it?
Did you query an agent first?
Love and best wishes to you and yours,

Angela said...

Oh I'll look forward to the updated interview!

How about: What is probably the most unexpected thing that has happened as a result of your book coming out?

Do people you know treat you differently?