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Wednesday’s Author Interview: Meet P. S. Bartlett

Thank you so much Marcia for this wonderful interview and for having me on your blog today. It’s been a pleasure!

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Firefliesby P. S. Bartlett

Today, I’m happy to welcome Irish historical fiction author P. S. (Peggy) Bartlett to Bookin’ It.  Peggy would you start by telling us a bit about how you became a writer. When did you decide that’s what you wanted to be, and what steps did you take to prepare for a writing career? 

PSB: I’ve been writing for as long as I can remember. I didn’t start out in life wanting to be a writer though. Writing came to me gradually. Writing appeared slowly like a fog rolling in but a fog that carried thoughts and characters and stories. I was originally focused on my art. I’ve been drawing longer than I’ve been writing. My art evolved until those imaginary images came to life with words as well as pictures. I wrote and illustrated my own little books out of construction paper. My handwriting…

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Writer and Artist in no particular order of importance. They hold hands.

5 thoughts on “Wednesday’s Author Interview: Meet P. S. Bartlett

  1. Peggy, so sorry! I called you by the wrong name. Too many emails this morning, and my brain is addled. Please feel free to correct that! I have another gal I thought was reblogging, and for some reason, I got mixed up. *forehead smack!* DOH!

  2. Trying again! PEGGY, thanks for the great interview today. I’m looking forward to reading your books, and I hope my followers will check them out, as well. Thanks for visiting with us on Bookin’ It!

      1. It was my great pleasure, even if I got my blogs mixed up for a while, here. 🙂 Hope to have you back at some point, maybe after you get that third book going. Have a great day!

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