Oregon writer, Rain Trueax, and Oregon painter, Diane Widler Wenzel co-author Rainy Day Thought. Diane generally posts on Wednesdays and Rain on Saturdays. There may be extra days or changes as situations warrant. Comments are always welcome and appreciated as it turns an article into a discussion.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

an interview

For anyone interested in writing process, check out the link below. Fiona Mcvie interviews authors and has thought up a lot of questions, some I had never been asked before. It made the interview fun on process and inspiration. 

Check it out and bookmark her site if you are interested in writers and writing as interviews are what she does. If you are a writer, she is always looking for more to interview.

4 comments:

Linda Kay said...

Nice interview. We were just in Chandler AZ in a VRBO house with some friends, but have other friends who own homes and rent them out.

Rain Trueax said...

I didn't know how I'd feel about doing it but now I love it. We can't be there in the season most snowbirds want it. It was just setting there. Now I can get the enjoyment of knowing it's not alone and others enjoy the nature there as I do. We only rent for a week at a time; so it keeps it not a lot of people going through it. Many take it for a month or more. They always end up being those who love nature and art. Because we allow pets, we get the kind of folks who love their animals. For us, it's a win win.

Greybeard said...

Not on the subject of your post, but I thought you might be interested in a review of a few years back...
Whose predictions came true?
http://pitchpull.blogspot.com/2008/11/misery-index.html

Rain Trueax said...

lol hi... I think misery indexes tend to be warped by the media. For instance, how are you personally doing-- oh great, have the doctor I want, good job, etc etc. How is the country doing?-- going to hell in a hand-basket as my daddy used to say. I suspect most of the ones, who despise Obama the most, either watch a lot of television where they get ads telling them what to think or figured he would be a disaster and are delighted at any failure. Some of them, in a position of power, like the House, have done all they can to make his administration fail.

Do I like all he does? nope. But would McCain or Romney be better? Not with my life philosophy. You should read some of my romances and you'd find I value responsibility, action, and consequences. But i don't see a respect for that from the right wing. I personally donate only to individual candidates, not parties.

If Republicans ever nominate reasonable candidates, they might even get my vote but they concentrate on the extreme right or like Romney a pig in a poke. Nobody knew what we'd get with him other than, of course, a man who shelters his own wealth overseas...

Anyway nice to see you. and hey, give one of my romances a try. You might be surprised. Men often like them ;). If you are willing to take the risk, I'll even give you one for free ;). That'd be a risk for me too as you might give it a horrible review lol