Interview About Writing

Just a little midweek supplement…

Last week, Rupert Davies-Cooke, of the Original Writers Group, interviewed me about writing.

Here is a link to my piece.

You may also like to listen to my wonderful, talented fell0w-group members here.

Scribe Doll

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10 Responses to Interview About Writing

  1. Wendy says:

    Very nice, Katia. x

  2. Anna says:

    Very interesting. And again I would like to say a few words about your voice, Katia. The mellow, soft, embracing colour of your voice tone is something incredible!

  3. Your interview makes me feel so impressed and envious at the same time, Katia, because you speak so movingly and so well. I can write the words I want to say, but when faced with a microphone or a live audience, I become tongue-tied and say what I feel are foolish things, and in short, your competency with the vocal as well as the written is very obvious. Congratulations on your new (and second) editing job–I just hope you’ll continue to have time to blog for us now and then, that’s too delightful to give up.

    • scribedoll says:

      You’re SO kind! Actually, I hate my voice, accent and delivery and I always feel I come across as silly! I use the wrong words and get confused. In this particular instance, I had an unfortunate slip of the tongue and said I was “at” Cambridge when I meant to say “in” Cambridge (big difference – I was not at the University but was connected to it).

      Thank you for your steadfast support and kindness.

  4. Lovely to hear your voice …
    I’ve problems leaving comments on UK wordpress sites, but found they occasionally register, so I keep trying.

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