The Soft Side of Marie Treanor
September 20, 2007 | Interviews
ST: We’re back with the Paranormal Princess, Marie Treanor. Marie, please describe your writing space.
MT: Officially: a corner of my bedroom, containing an old bureau with a fold-down top for the computer, books on the floor held up by Indian-made book-ends. It’s by the window with a view of the sea.
In reality: My very often my cluttered living room or wherever the kids, especially my tyrannical small daughter, want me to be.
ST: LOL. I understand about children. Tell us what’s your favorite part of writing?
MT: When the characters start telling the story, even making me re-think it to suit them. Annoying but exhilarating!
ST: What do you absolutely hate about being an author?
MT: I don’t think I absolutely hate any of it! I’d like more money, of course, and I’d prefer someone else to do the promoting for me. But on the whole, I have to say I’m really enjoying it!
ST: In your opinion what’s the most important thing for a new writer to learn?
MT: Never to give up.
ST: Your website is lovely. I recommend everyone cruise over to www.marietreanor.com and check it out. How did you decide on the content and design?
MT: By knowing my limitations
ST: She did a great job. I hear your sweeties calling, Marie, so I guess that’s all for today. Until tomorrow…