Alick Green children’s writer at work

Name: (can use pen name) Alick Green

What are the books you have written?: “All For A Clawful Of Shekels”

What is your preferred genre?: Children’s/Young Adult Fiction

Where is your favourite place to write?: In my room

What is your favourite writing reference, tool etc.?: My computer

 Do you need peace and quiet or noise and chaos when you write?: Not really. I can write if there is noise or quiet. I just go with my ideas when I get them.

What is something unique about your writing?: I don’t think there is anything unique about my writing.

Do you think rejection is just a part of writing that writers have to accept?: I believe that it is a big part of writing.

Does anyone help you with your writing process?: Not really. Sometimes I get ideas from talking to the nurses, office staff here at the nursing home, or the visitors that come here.

What is your best advice to new writers?: Keep writing and believe in what you are writing about. Also built your characters profiles so that they can be talked about as though they were real people.

What can’t you live without?: There are three things. My computer, my guitar and my Wii system.

Who is your favourite author?: I don’t really have one as I never read books.

What do you do as a hobby or pastime other than writing?: Play my guitar and my Wii games. I also love watching a good movie with a strong story line.

In one word describe yourself: An ordinary guy who takes things as they come.

The likeable author Alick Green.

 

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2 Responses to Alick Green children’s writer at work

  1. Online Form says:

    hey man I like it. I’m about to write more articles and put your ideas to the test. After all, we always have something new to learn and being humble, I came here to learn. Bookmarked.

    – John

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