Lillyberry.de: To realize yourself and to spend more time with the writing, you’ve got your full time job in the Office announced and accepted a part-time job in the retail industry. Was it a hard decision? How did your environment react on it? My environment has certainly didn’t understand that, but it accepts. I was initially not even sure how I want to put the whole thing, I just knew, in this job (I was administrator) you do not want to stay for the rest of your life. There must be more, I thought. Surely I deserve less than earlier today, but money is not everything. I have much more time, for me, for my husband, for writing.
Quality of life is to weigh up not with money. Lillyberry.de: Do you have literary role models? I admire Stephen King for his incredibly high output over the years. Even his worst book is still better than some of today’s bestselling generation in my opinion. He is a true storyteller. To him in each row the passion for the language notes detail delight, the time it takes to build of a story, the rest, the each of its rows rises. His works are cross-genre. To become the best seller of the year has much to do with luck.
Over three decades to deliver bestseller – for that you must pretty well mastered his craft. Lillyberry.de: It is said, writing is a pauper. How do you do this? I guess the majority of all authors can not live by writing. On the other hand, must be seen, it is now easier than ever to publish a book. Take only the whole book on demand provider. Compared to earlier, where you had to write a manuscript by hand or tap with the typewriter, anyone with Internet access can lay a book today free itself.