From: Seattle Sister Cities
With my passport in hand, my virtual book tour finds me heading to Christchurch, New Zealand, to chat with Liz Lewis. For years, she has been saying she wanted to write for a living, but has never really done anything about it. Until now! This is the year Liz is going to make it happen. She is sharing her journey from dream to reality as she works towards becoming a successful freelance writer. Her ultimate goal is to kiss her day job goodbye and to be travel writer. That sounds like fun, Liz! Good luck. And remember, if you can dream, you can achieve it.
In my chat with Liz, I share my life living with cerebral palsy and how the written word is my contribution to society, as well as some advice on getting published. Feel free to leave a comment, sharing a thought or asking a question.
As an interesting side note, a time warp occurred with this interview. Being in New Zealand, Liz is 21 hours ahead of my time. When she posted the interview about noon on Monday here, it was still Sunday morning here. Harmony, a freelance writer from Maple Ridge (mere miles from where I am in Surrey), saw the interview and contacted me. Harmony and I are essentially neighbours, and we meet in New Zealand on Monday, while still enjoying our Sunday. Isn’t the blogoshpere amazing!If you enjoyed this post, consider buying me a chai tea latte. Thanks kindly.