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The 2018 Interview Series Featuring Darlene Foster

Posted on: March 2, 2018

I´m pleased to be featured on Don Massenzio´s blog today. Pop over and say Hello.

Author Don Massenzio

Welcome to the 2018 author interview series. Author interviews will be posted every Friday throughout the year.

I am honored to continue this series with author Darlene Foster.

For those of you that have read my interviews in the past, you’ll find a new set of questions in this series. You can catch up with all of my past author interviews (nearly 200) on my Author Directorypage.

If you’re an author interested in being interviewed in this series, I still have limited spots available for 2018. You can email me at don@donmassenzio.com

Now, please enjoy this interview with Darlene Foster:


_MG_0156sm-EditDo you try more to be original or to deliver to readers what they want?

I try to do a bit of both. I certainly want to be original but not to be so out of touch that nobody will read my books. On the other hand, I am…

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16 Responses to "The 2018 Interview Series Featuring Darlene Foster"

I’ve read a couple of books about Scott but I haven’t heard of The Winter Pony. I’ll have to look out for it, it certainly sounds as if it gives quite a different take on the story.

It is so good. Have a tissue ready at the end.

Oh another great interview with Darlene! Hopping over to read it in its entirety now!

Pleased you enjoy these interviews. Thanks!

A terrific interview, Darlene and your lovely nature and professionalism shine through! Oh, I totally agree it has to be a tie with those two children’s books! Wishing you a great weekend with lots of creativity. xx

Thanks for those kind words, Annika. Have a great weekend yourself.

Awesome interview, am definitely adding The Winter Pony to my list of reads.

Thanks, Ari! I know you will enjoy it.

Terrific interview, Darlene!

Thanks, Jennie. As you can see, I am still very much a child at heart.

That’s always a good thing!

Encouraging stuff, Darlene. It takes me ages to research and produce my little articles – and I re-write most of them several times. Enjoyed reading the interview. Best regards, Mike.

Thanks so much, Mike. Your diligent research is evident in your posts. It takes me a long time to write a page as well. And then I still am not satisfied.

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Another great interview and feature Darlene…..well deserved!

Pleased you liked it. I try not to make them all sound the same.

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