December Q&A!

| Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Today's Tune: Midnight City

I AM BACK! YAY!

Did everyone have a nice holiday? Those who celebrated, that is? I had a nice time visiting the fiance's family back east. Lots of food. So much food. Urp.

My plane was delayed today and I didn't have much time to plan an entry, soooo... Q and A?

Question and answer time! Ask me anything and I'll answer to the best of my ability. I reserve the right to ignore you if you get too personal or gross. DEAL WITH IT.

Publishing questions? Writing questions? Questions about my book? About agents? About my life in general? Cheeses I recommend for wine tasting? I'm an open book. Turn my pages.

That sounded WAY more like innuendo than I intended it to, but I'm leaving it.

8 comments:

{ vic caswell (aspiring-x) } at: November 30, 2011 at 5:13 AM said...

when was the moment you knew your fiancee was the one?

{ Emilia } at: November 30, 2011 at 7:28 AM said...

What book are you reading right now? Which upcoming books are you looking forward to reading?

{ Phoebe North } at: November 30, 2011 at 7:29 AM said...

Dear Steph: how are you so awesome, and why?

{ Old Kitty } at: November 30, 2011 at 10:36 AM said...

Will you publish under your full name or under SE Sinkhorn? I just realised one of the first books that really fired my imagination was The Outsiders by SE Hinton which sort of sounds like your name too so I reckon this is a GOOD THING! Anyway, Susan Hinton's reason for writing under SE Hinton was at the request of her agent and publishers as they were afraid that boys may be put off her "male" books if they knew SE was Susan! Which I thought was jolly interesting!

Anyway, I think there's a question in there somewhere but I have now lost the thread! take care
x

{ Elissa Sussman } at: November 30, 2011 at 10:42 AM said...

Most crush-worthy fictional character?

{ TL Conway } at: November 30, 2011 at 12:38 PM said...

You mentioned somewhere along the way how your work was somewhat literary and somewhat commercial fiction. Can you describe that a bit more? I'll go back and find the actual words you used--maybe that will make more sense than this...

{ TL Conway } at: November 30, 2011 at 12:41 PM said...

Here we go, from the 11/14 blog:
"I write what's considered to be literary prose with a commercial plot, and I've often contended with people outside the publishing sphere who've read my work and asked me if I thought I was writing too "advanced" for teens."

That kind of made my head spin and I was wondering if you had any book/author suggestions that would fall in a similar category?

{ Amanda Olivieri } at: December 1, 2011 at 7:39 AM said...

Oh wise oracle...I mean...Steph...
1. What is your writing schedule like?
2. How have "things" changed since getting an agent (if things have changed at all)?
3. Is your book a standalone or will it be part of a series?
4. And finally, what is your favorite recipe?

Okaythanksbye. :)

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