Interview with Jennifer Foor
About The Author
What were you like at school?
I could never sit still. My senior year I was voted class clown and most daring.
One prank I pulled was of epic proportions. My friend’s boyfriend stole my camera and took a pic of ass and balls. Back then, you sent the film away to get developed. Imagine my surprise to find several snapshots of some very hairy genitals. To avoid humility and come out shining, I pasted the picture on a flyer I made asking if anyone had ever seen this person. Then my friends and I posted 500 copies throughout the school.
That was the last time someone stole my camera.
Pay off all my bills and buy a cabin in the middle of nowhere, some MREs, and other apocalypse prep stuff. ?☠️???⚠️
If you could trade places with any other person for a week, famous or not, living or dead, real or fictional, with whom would it be and why?
Abraham Lincoln. He’s the greatest man in history to me, helping to abolish slavery, and being a good leader.
Play with my English Bulldogs. Take a bike or kayak ride in chincoteague.
To pay all my families bills.
Health for my family and friends
Zombie anything. Star Wars. Lord of the Rings. Harry Potter etc. I’m a nerd. Paranormal investigation.
Can you tell us a little bit about your writing career? The first book you published, how you came to write your first book, and how it has changed your life?
The first book I wrote was a YA paranormal series. I’ve been writing my whole life.
Folding Hearts. Because. Happily Ever Never.
How is your writing structured? Do you write full or part time, night or day, to plots and outlines or just write down whatever pops in to your head? I can’t even imagine where you would start!
I write all the time, full time, overtime.
Do you have much time to read for pleasure? If so, who are your favourite authors and do you read ebooks or do you prefer a traditional paperback?
I read horror, paranormal and syfy only. I love Heather Graham.
Sure. Lots. I’m the alter ego of Tyler Mitchell for one. My husband would be Colt Mitchell.
My one Bulldog usually has to be with me. I prefer distractions while I write. Weird huh?
Do you read reviews of your books? Do you respond to them, good or bad? Despite the fact that many people could be loving it, I think I would find it so disheartening to read a bad review of something I wrote.
I have been taught to always be courteous and respectful. I’m professional and avoid negativity. Yes I read them, but I won’t comment.
Follow your heart and trust yourself.
Thank you so much for participating in this interview Jennifer 🙂