12 thoughts on “Author interview no.100 with (me, myself and I) multi-genre writer Morgen Bailey

  1. Michael Hogan says:

    Hi Morgen,
    So wonderful to read this interview with yourself. Happy birthday again, by the way. I think you are doing an excellent job ballancing your blog writing and your creative writing. Also, I liked your idea about using the novel writing competition to complete a collection of short stories. You have wonderful energy and persistence which reminds me of what Chales Bukowski once said when he was asked how he became a successful writer: “It comes from doing and doing.” And that’s basically it.

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  2. Dave Wise says:

    Hi Libby, Morgen, Alison,
    I like the name Alison.
    I managed to stay awake because it was an interesting and amusing interview.
    NOW, 90% writing, 10% thinking about writing.
    Where is the percentage for the 6′ 4″ man come in?!!!
    Take Care,
    Dave Wise

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    • morgenbailey says:

      Ok then 90% writing, 9.5% thinking about writing, 0.5% thinking about a 6’4 man. 🙂 Great to hear you have a blog, I shall pop over there now… oh and thank you for liking my interview.

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  3. marta chausée says:

    Now THAT was a great interview! However, I suspect you had an inside edge and a rare sort of rapport with the interviewer.

    Marta Chausée, author
    Resort to Murder mystery series

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  4. Jess C Scott says:

    Happy (belated) birthday, Morgen!

    It must be trippy to interview oneself. And OMG yes, Roald Dahl (!!). I’ll never get bored with Switch Bitch and The Twits (and his other works, though I really get a kick out of those two!).

    Jess.

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    • morgenbailey says:

      Ah thanks Jess. It was fun although I think I may have gone a little overboard and wonder if it was too scarily easy. 🙂 It’s definitely Tales of the Unexpected for me… ‘Lamb to the Slaughter’ and so on.

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