Here’s the latest BookMarkIt! 2019 video, featuring Mark talking to author and bookseller Pat Flewwelling. Pat also happens to be one of the organizers of BookMarkIt, but she didn’t get to be interviewed because of that. We left all that kind of decision making up to Mark. Mark read one of Pat’s books and decided he wanted to talk to her, completely unaware that she had anything to do with BookMarkIt, other than attending it.
Anyway, like the others, it’s a great interview between two engaging conversationalists.
Gradually getting the interviews and readings from BookMarkIt! this past May edited and posted. Here’s the latest, with Mark Askwith talking to Ira Nayman, author of the Multiverse series of novels, and editor of Amazing Stories magazine, in a really interesting chat about science fiction, humour, how he got into editing, and much, much more.
What could be better than Mark Askwith in conversation with, well, just about anyone?
Not much, in my opinion. (Pizza from the Michael’s Pizzaria in Summerside, PEI, but that’s about it.)
Here’s Mark in an engaging conversation with Sienna Tristen and Avi Silver at BookMarkIt! 2019 this past May. I’ll be posting several more such interviews (and readings) from BookMarkit! over the next month or so, just as soon as I can get them edited. Stay tuned!
My friend and fellow writer (and editor and proofreader and transcriber and discerning reader) Nicky Borland just did a Q&A with me on her blog Finding the Words, The Q&A is mostly related to the writing of my novel A Time and a Place. Nicky’s blog is devoted to, as she puts it, “bookworms and word nerds.” That definitely describes me!
I really appreciate Nicky taking the time to feature a Q&A with me on her blog. I hope she doesn’t mind me mentioning that she’s also working on a novel herself. I’ve read an early draft, and it’s really good. Hopefully she will get it out into the great wide world soon so everyone can enjoy and appreciate it.