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Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Interview With Sandra Rains DeBusk

Interview With Sandra Rains DeBusk

How about a little Q & A with author Sandra Rains DeBusk! We reach out to Sandra and she graciously agreed to do a short interview with us. We know she is always busy writing and working on projects, so we appreciate her taking some time out of her day.

Here is the interview

ZMP: When did you first start writing?

SRD: I began writing when I was 10 yrs. old. Poetry was my 1st love in the writing world.

ZMP: Does writing energize or exhaust you?

SRD: It energizes me so much so, that I have a hard time letting it go for a while to do other important tasks, and or have fun in other ways.

ZMP: What other authors to you like and read?

SRD: I love Stephen King. His are the only books I've really read from start to finish but, I believe short films are written by authors too so in saying that I have to admit that I do watch a lot of short films on YouTube. Mostly Post-Apocalyptic & Zombie films.

ZMP: Have you ever had writer's block? if so, what helps you get past it?

SRD: Yes, I have, and I just let it go and do things that may inspire my train of thought such as watching short films, reading Stephen King novels. I normally get my head cleared with those things.

ZMP: How many hours a day do you write?

SRD: It depends. Sometimes I'll start early morning with my first cup of coffee and roll through the entire day with it or there's times I'll sit down here several different times a day to add to it. I go with the flow of the mood. I don't push myself. That would kill the joy of it.

ZMP: How many unpublished and half-finished books do you have?

SRD: Lol, this is an embarrassing question. I was looking through my files the other day just to do it and found six half- written manuscripts that I'd forgotten about. These were manuscripts anywhere from 20 to 50 pages so far written. I silently made a promise to myself to finish them after I'm finished with 2036 book 2.

ZMP: Tell us a little bit about your new book, 2036 Shutdown?

SRD: I heard the words "2036 shutdown" in a dream one night prior to writing it. It is an apocalyptic story that could possibly come true one day. Oscar and his horse Hermit are probably my favorite characters in this story. When all this happens during this time, not everyone will be ruthless and selfish. Few want to be alone. People need other people of like minds and hearts. But you will have those selective few that are very evil to the core. That is what this story is about. Give and take during a most vicious time.

ZMP: How do you select the names of your characters?

SRD: I think of my characters and what part they'll take in the story prior to writing it, and I study their personalities and name them appropriately. The truth is that in most of my written works, I have added my children as characters, and kept their real names.

ZMP: What projects are you currently working on?

SRD: I have aimed my entire focus on my 2036 shutdown book series. 

Thanks for the interview and we wish you much success.

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