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Interviewed by Bee Halton–comments on writers block

Posted by lindamartinandersen on February 12, 2016

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“Interviewed by Bee Halton–comments on writers block” by Linda Martin Andersen

Thanks for the interview, Bee Halton.  I’m so appreciative!


Readers, I hope you’ll check out this post and get to know Bee Halton too.

8 Responses to “Interviewed by Bee Halton–comments on writers block”

  1. Good interview, Ms. Linda. I liked your description of thinking through the wall. That’s what I do as well. Keep up the good work.

  2. Ah ha, I found out more wonderful things about you. Super duper interview! 😊

  3. […] “Pennies from Ignatius,” was a play on “Pennies from Heaven,” which Linda figured out. Mary named the article, and that was what she had in […]

  4. Kathleen said

    Hi Linda, I went over and read the wonderful article about you! I kept trying to leave a comment but for some reason it would not take it and I’m not computer literate enough to know how to fix that, so I will leave it here 🙂
    Hi Bee, a nice interview and blog. I have been lucky to meet and become friends with Linda through the SCBWI Carolinas conference. Her blog always has something that either amuses, makes you think, or conjure up some great memories-sometimes all 3 in one post! All helpful to writers 🙂 So nice to learn more about my wonderful writer friend!

    • Kathy,
      What wonderful comments and compliments. Thank you so much. You sure know how to make a girl feel good about herself. I did appreciate Bee interviewing me. That was fun. As for technology issues, I don’t know how to address them either. This works just great for me! Thanks again! I appreciate your friendship so much!

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