Saturday, September 19, 2009

Diana Palmer


I meant to post this for you a couple of weeks ago. It’s an interview with Diana Palmer talking about her own journey to publication (she’s a crafty one) and the two boxes (that’s right TWO BOXES!!) of rejections that she has received. I’m quite fond of my rejections too, all things considered :)



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8 comments:

Rachael Johns said...

Yeah... I lurve my rejections! Proof I've at least tried!

Suzanne Jones said...

Thanks for the link Lacey. How do you manage to find all these clips? I've only ever managed to find old 80s pop stars on You Tube.

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Aideen said...

Got to love these interviews. To see authors as real people is always inspiring and this lady is someone I could listen to all day. Haven't actually read anything by her so I best head off and do some online shopping now.

Keep the interviews coming, please!
Aideen.

Lacey Devlin said...

Lol that's exactly it Rach!

Alas Suzanne I'm not a youtube genius! We could pretend I am... Youtube never fails to surprise me. Want something weird to start of your day? It's on youtube :P

Hi Aideen! I love Diana she's one of those writer's I can't put down - talk about turning up to the office bleary eyed because I thought I'd "just read the first chapter"...

Teresa Ashby said...

Great interview and what a lovely lady!

I love You Tube for all those old kids programmes and advert clips from ye olden days!

Joanne Cleary said...

Oh I could listen to that accent all day. Even better that she talks great sense too.

Whenever I am feeling a bit down about writing, my mum always tells me about J.K Rowling and how she was a struggling mother with a young child desperately working amongst chaos in her house. Gives me a great excuse to avoid cleaning :-)

Lacey Devlin said...

:) I use the JK Rowling excuse for getting behind on my cleaning too Joanne! The key to writing is not to do housework for an entire year ladies! That's right! Put the broom down... just put it down... ;)

gaelikaa said...

I'm coming back to view this when I don't have kids 'in my face' so to speak. I'll enjoy it then. Thanks for stopping over yesterday Lacey!