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The Writing Process with Rebecca Mascull

I am reblogging a really interesting interview by English writer Ruth Hunt. She has a whole series of author interviews on her blog, The Writer on Wheels. This particular post features Rebecca Mascull and her new book The Visitors — worth checking out!

Ruth F Hunt

Visitors paperback cover hi res

It is with pleasure that today I welcome Rebecca Mascullto my blog to talk about her books and writing process in general.

1)CAN YOU TELL ME ABOUT YOURSELF AND YOUR WRITING? ARE YOU WRITING NOW?

I’ve been writing stories since I was a kid, including a western and a hospital drama! I wrote some short stories after university and then started taking it seriously around 2001 when I started my Masters. I decided then that if I was going to make it as an author, I’d need to give up full-time teaching and devote myself to writing. I went through two agents and two novels before I found my brilliant agent I have now, Jane Conway-Gordon. She believed in me and kept going despite the book she represented me for not finding a deal. So I got on with the next book for her and that was The Visitors –…

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2 thoughts on “The Writing Process with Rebecca Mascull”

  1. Thanks so much for reblogging this on your brilliant site. I’d love to make more connections with American readers, so hello there! I’m so glad you enjoyed the interview. Ruth’s questions are great and her site is well worth a visit too, for all writers and readers.
    Thanks again, Southern Bend, and best regards,
    Rebecca Mascull
    (author of The Visitors)

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