Phoenix Entertainment and Development

Phoenix Entertainment and Development

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Paula Hrbacek Interview Part 2

Welcome everyone to another great week of the Writer's Revolution.  I am your host, the author of The Phoenix BladeAndrew Hess.  Our guest this week is author Paula Hrbacek

If you could only bring three items with you to a deserted island (non-writing items or people) what would they be and why?

Craft projects, to relax in the evening with.  Music to listen to, because when I’m sad, I like to dance.  Something to read, either a novel or a psychology book.

The world is going to end tomorrow.  How do you live out your remaining time?

I’d publish my next novel just to be able to say that I did it.  I’d help out where I could.  I’d tell everyone I love how I feel.

Someone wants to make a movie based on your life.  Who would you pick to play you?

Helen Hunt has my eyes and nose, but she’s much more daring than I am.  I’m rather introverted.  I’m the youngest child in my family, and the youngest grandchild overall.  I’m not as outspoken as she is because of that.

Alive or dead, who is the one person you would want to interview and why?

Like I said, I’m rather introverted.  I’d probably buy their book instead.  Well, maybe not.  I’ve seen several books for sale that I was tempted to buy, but I was too shy to admit that I really liked that person, so I decided to wait for the paperback.

Okay, crystal ball time.  Where do you see yourself in 5-10 years?

I’d like to have a few more titles published that I can be proud of, and a few more grandchildren to hug.

Any final words for our readers?

Please take the time to post a review of what you read.  Authors need reviews so badly.  It doesn’t have to be an essay; just a few sentences that say what you liked or didn’t like will be enough.

Where can we find you?

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