Instruction For Author's Interview

Welcome to Authors Curtilage Book Dialogue Interview Questions

Hi all,

To feature your book on Authors' Curtilage Book Dialogue, just copy the text below and answer whichever questions you feel are most relevant to your book.

Email the finished interview to authorscurtilage@yahoo.co.uk with the subject line "Finished Interview"

If there are any questions that you would like to have included, just put them in the interview questions. I don’t expect to have to edit anything, so if I do find something that needs looking at, I will let you know before I post and we will talk it through.

Please provide your short bio, a brief info about your life before writing, previous publication, employment and awards. (Author name, book title, book genre, author head shot, book cover, author social media links, book buy links)

If your book falls under the genre that is different from fiction and, you feel I need to read a little about it please, use the other option for author interview on this blog. And even though it is fiction and you want us to have deeper insight about your book, use this option.

What are you waiting for? Let's get the words out there to folks about your books.

Author Interview Questions

Author’s Curtilage Interview Questions

D.O: Thanks for joining us today on Authors' Curtilage Book Dialogue, and welcome.

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D.O: The audience would like to know which part of the world you’re joining us from.

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D.O: When did you know you wanted to become a writer?

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D.O: What are the various craft you've studied before you came into the entertainment industry or do you just possess some natural tendencies to write stories?

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D.O: What are the steps you took to develop your book from a rough draft into a published novel?

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D.O: What did you do differently in your book to make readers feel fear, concern, sadness, love and laughter?

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D.O: What sensitive materials does your book deal with?

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D.O: What's the subject matter of your book?

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D.O: What is the underlying theme that explored truth or moral in your book?

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D.O: What town or city does your book story portray and what is the feeling we have in this dwelling places?

D.O: Having a unique point of view in telling a story provides your story with intention. From how many characters' viewpoint is your entire book seen from?

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D.O: What do these points of views infuse into each of the chapter in your book?

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D.O: What does the lead character of your book want most in the world?

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D.O: What does he do to achieve this goal?

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D.O: What are the core truths for your lead character?

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D.O: What are the two conflicting values you created for him?

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D.O: Do these values make sense from his backstory?

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D.O: What is the personal trait you gave your lead character to survive your book story?

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D.O: In the end of your book did the story goal satisfy your lead character's ambition or did he device another method to achieve his goal or failed at achieving it?

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D.O: How do you think your book will influence reader’s growth positively?a

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D.O: Any hint about your next book?

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D.O: What better effort do you suggest writers, put into their writing to have great sales in the ever-changing economics of the entertainment industry?

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D.O: Thank you once again for joining us on Authors Curtilage Book Dialogue. We
wish you the publishing best and hope that all good things come your way with your book.

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