Dreams come true–from interviewer to interviewee

24 Oct

Had a lovely time being interviewed by Connie Barrett. Going down (or up) the memory lane, all the way back to dolls made of corn … memories tucked safely in the furthest corner of my mind… Check the interview here.

7 Responses to “Dreams come true–from interviewer to interviewee”

  1. Sangu October 28, 2011 at 7:40 am #

    Is it weird that I find those dolls both creepy and cute? Off to check out the interview – just stopped by from the Halloween blog hop!

  2. Albert Robbins October 28, 2011 at 8:08 am #

    Halloween Hop

    I want to thank Jeremy Bates for the chance to participate in this blog hop.

    My Favorite monster movie – Hellraiser
    My Costume – Dragon (well the wings of a dragon and the rest is my sexy self)
    And I am now following this Blog (yay)

    I have read quite a few of the posts on this blog and I do believe I shall
    be reading more as I have found them interesting to say the least. I hope that my participation brings this blog more visitors and that those turn into more readers for this blog’s future. Thanks for being a participant and for those visiting this blog for the first time. Please comment, that is what we bloggers live for. 🙂

    ****Promoting my own Blog****

    Free Book Reviews is a blog that reviews indie books, interviews indie authors and generally talks about whatever amuses them in the literary world. If you are an author please feel free to submit your book for review and/or an author interview. If you are a reader feel free to check out any book listed on our blog. In any case please share this blog with as many people as you can!

    • CameliaMironSkiba October 28, 2011 at 9:41 am #

      So… Dragon costume you said? I need pictures :))) Thanks for stopping by, Albert. It’s always a pleasure hearing from you.
      Happy Halloween!

  3. Author Lynn Hubbard October 28, 2011 at 9:22 am #

    Halloween Hop!
    Hi! The scariest book I’ve ever read was “IT”. It reached deep into my subconsciousness and scared the heck out of me! For Halloween I’ll be dragging out my Elmo snuggy for my couch potato costume.


    • CameliaMironSkiba October 28, 2011 at 9:44 am #

      Lynn, your couch potato costume would–I’m sure–look lovely covered with the Elmo snuggy.
      I’ll be a modern version of Dracula’s bride with a pink wig. We should all post photos 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by!

  4. Shelley Workinger October 28, 2011 at 6:53 pm #

    Happy Halloween Hop, Camelia! Great interview; it especially resonated with me that you were able to hold onto “the freedom to dream and be creative.” I sadly believe that under oppressive conditions, so many brilliant thoughts and dreams never get the chance to even be thought or dreamt 😦

  5. kudufegu November 13, 2011 at 7:36 pm #

    It\’s wisely good luck

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