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Author Susan Borowik interviewed by Krok Press Ukraine Publishing House

Krok Press:
Appreciate making the effort for this interview there are many avid readers in Ukraine, and new authors tend to be appreciated.

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Susan Borowik:
Oh you are very welcome.

Krok Press:
What caused you to be interested in writing?

Susan Borowik:
I was raised in an exceedingly open, very liberal family, I was allowed lots of freedom to actually go out on my own, unlike other people my age, so I guess, in some way that contributed to my creative side.

Krok Press:
What writers inspired you as a child?

Susan Borowik:
You realize that's good question, I never stuck to 1 author, I just read a lot of Anne Rice, and even Clive Barker, i quickly would pick up a something similar to Ann of Green Gables Ha! So, I guess I'd a number influences that were seeping in in the sub-conscience level in early stages.

Krok Press:
Lots of authors find it easier to write as someone else, has this approach ever appealed to you?

Susan Borowik:
I realize why authors think it is simpler to write "through" another persona, this method creates space, a certain separation from ones work which enables one to take a look at things from a different perspective. I think it's an exciting idea, and I may try it one day.

Krok Press:
Have you got any advice for aspiring writers?

Susan Borowik:
If you're not sure what's working and what's not, just show your writing to another writer. Many authors find it easier to find mistakes that way. Also, keep at it, the more you attempt the more the law of averages includes a opportunity to work for you.
 

Posted May 25, 2012 at 3:38am

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