Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Can You See the Real Me*

Hello, All,

At the risk of blatant self-promotion, I’m very excited and honored to have been interviewed for Writer’s Remorse, a very helpful and informative website for writers.

You can also check out some hard-won lessons I've learned here.

And please stop by my blog later today (or tomorrow, depending on where you live). I’m also very excited to be guest blogging at Mason Canyon’s informative and interesting blog, Thoughts in Progress, and I’ll be giving you more information about that a bit later. So please, stay tuned : ).

*NOTE: The title of this post is a line from The Who's The Real Me.

14 comments:

  1. I really liked it. I will watch for Mason's post too.

    CD

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  2. Clarissa - Thanks for the kind words : ). I appreciate your having stopped by the interview.

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  3. I like your poll. My husband thinks I'm closest to her character because she's very matter of fact and emotionally distant.

    CD

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  4. Clarissa - Thanks : ) And I'm glad you liked the poll. No worries; I guessed you meant Temperance Brennan. Isn't that interesting how our spouses see us? I wonder whom my husband thinks I'd be most like???

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  5. Love the new look. Also looking forward to your guest blogging at Thoughts in Progress. The coffee should be ready by 12:10 a.m. (EST). I'm popping over now to check out your interview.

    Mason
    Thoughts in Progress

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  6. Mason - Thanks for the kind words. I like the new look and I was hoping that readers would, too : ). And thanks for letting me know about that coffee - yummmm! You are one hospitable hostess.

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  7. I like the new bright layout. I see I am the only male to reply to your poll, sos far, and I had to be Rebus as I am a rebel.

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  8. Norman - Thanks for your comment on the layout. I'm glad you like it. And somehow, Rebus really works for you : ).

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  9. I like the new layout too, but I popped in to say that I haven't read your interview because that site won't open for me - I even tried at work today. Perhaps it doesn't like Australia. Anyway, hope everyone else can read it.

    Oh and I voted for Ruth Galloway after some angst - might have gone for Vera Stanhope on another day

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  10. Bernadette - Thanks for your interest in the interview. I am so sorry to hear you weren't able to go to the site! Here's the full URL: if you'd like, you could try cutting/pasting it into your browser:

    http://writersremorse.com/news/writer-interview-author-margot-kinberg

    I know what you mean, too, about voting for different sleuths depending on one's day/mood. I waver, too...

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  11. I am so impressed - how you find the time to write and have a day job and write a blog amazes me!

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  12. Really great interview, Margot. You are always so upbeat and constructive, what shines through is how much you love writing. And as you know, I have thoroughly enjoyed both your published novels and am looking forward eagerly to the next.

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  13. Maxine - Why thank you! You are so very kind *blush* *blush*. I really do love writing, so I'm glad that came through. I'm working on that third novel, and I hope to get it finished later this year. Then we'll hope some publisher agrees with you ; ).

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