GP: Interview with author Lynne Fisher

You might be interested in an interview I did recently for fellow writer and blogger, Ari Meghlen. Many thanks for featuring me, Ari.

Ari writes really useful and generous posts on writing, marketing and craft, with clear instructions within any ‘how to’ articles and I have often followed up on her advice!

(most recent post of mine on dementia here)

Official Author Website of Ari Meghlen

This week’s guest post is an interview with the wonderful Lynne Fisher, author of  On Turtle Beach.  Enjoy! 

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About lynnefisher

Writer and visual artist living in Scotland, INFJ type Writer's blog: lynnefisher.wordpress.com Art: lynnehenderson.co.uk Twitter @writeartblog Writers page Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lynnefisherheadtoheadhearttoheart/ Artists page Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lynnehendersonartist/
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2 Responses to GP: Interview with author Lynne Fisher

  1. galenpearl says:

    How delightful! An interviewed author — I feel like I know someone famous! Loved his self description as a bad card player — funny. Hope you are doing well. I haven’t been by in a while because I have a new grandchild, born Sept 1. Lots of fun and chaos.

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    • lynnefisher says:

      Thanks, Galen…I’m far from famous though! I’ve been at my mothers for a few days, while she had new windows put in her bungalow, so been out of the loop. Will be getting to reading the blogs I follow soon. Big congratulations on your new grandchild!

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