I also want to say thank you for your words of encouragement about chapter 7. I got through it (finally) but it certainly was true advice. :)
What are some of the advantages of working on a computer at home (or homeish)? Are there some thing that you can do that you couldn't do if you were working at a traditional job?
How do you manage your time- how do you decide when you're going to work,
and how long do you usually work for?
Do you hold any other jobs? Is it hard to manage to work two jobs at once? Even though one is at home?
Do you use any special software or hardware? If so, what are they?
Do you enjoy working at home/on a computer? Why or why not?
Are there any tips you'd give someone who wanted to work from home?
Is there any advice you could give people (specifically young people- teens and kids) who want to become authors?
How did you get the idea for your book?
What genres are your favorite to read? To write?
Did you base any of your characters off of real people?
Did you ever “talk” with your characters?
Does it ever get boring working at home/on a computer?
Do you ever get distracted when working at home/on a computer?
Again, thank you!
Rachael's book is called How to Knit a Love Song, and you can find it here.