Me: What sets your most recent release, Will Love For Crumbs, from other books of the same genre?
Me: Looking at the reviews on Amazon, it seems like the novel has been well-received. How do you feel the book is doing so far?
Me: Any future releases reader should be aware of?
Me: Are you reading anything right now, or have you read anything recently that is worth mentioning?
Me: Does music inspire or motivate you to write? If so, what kind of music?
Jonna: I can’t imagine writing without music. I love it all. Often, I won’t even begin to write until I find the perfect song to set the tone of how I am feeling.
Me: Who are some of your favorite authors?
Jonna: David Sedaris is my hero.
Me: Are you one of those people who don’t own a TV? Do you have any favorite TV Shows?
Jonna: I am completely addicted to bad reality television, and then hate myself for watching it.
Me: At what point in your life did you realize you wanted to be a writer?
Me: Tell us about your writing process.
Me: How do you define success as a writer? Have you been successful?
Jonna: As long as I can answer yes to the following, “Am I having fun? Am I happy? Do I love what I do?” then in my book that is success. So yes, I’m more successful than I ever dreamed possible.
Me: Do you have words of wisdom about writing that you want to pass on to novelists and writers out there who are starting out?
Me: What should readers walk away from your books knowing? How should they feel?
Jonna: My hope in writing the memoir was to really stress how important it is to listen to your intuition. It’s always right.
Me: Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?
Jonna: I feel such a tremendous amount of gratitude to anyone who has read my book that “Thank you” doesn't seem sufficient, but that is what I would say.
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Will Love For Crumbs on Amazon
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