Getting to Know Ron Berry
Topic: Author Interview
Ron Berry the person:
1. What three words do you think describe you as a human being?
Funny, odd, male
2. How do you think others would describe you?
3. Please tell us what you are most passionate about outside of writing.
4. Do you have any pets?
If so, introduce us to them. Do Peeves count?
5. What is your most precious memory?
Being there when Amber was born
6. What is your most embarrassing memory?
getting hooked up with a black widow.
7. If you weren’t a writer, what would you be doing with your life?
Listening to music and doing my best to make people laugh.
8. In two paragraphs or less write your obituary.
Ron was the father of three fantastic children and friend to many
Ron Berry the writer:
9. Can you describe the time you realized you were indeed a “real” writer?
The day someone told me I really could write.
10. What is going on with your writing these days?
NaNo, One book published, Two ready to publish, and four in various stages.
11. What are your future goals for your writing?
Getting more of my short stories published.
12. Can you describe a typical writing day for you?
There is no such thing as 'typical' in my life! but I start off with checking email, playing a couple of games, doing some writing and then the world finds me.
13. Why do you write?
because I can't sing. I have stories that make people smile.
14. What writer most inspires you? Why?
Isaac Asimov because he wrote in so many genre's.
15. How do you define your writing?
16. In one sentence—what do you want people to say about your writing in fifty years?
He was funny, yet had a point.
Ron Berry the details:
17. Can you tell us where to find more information on you? Website? Blog?
18. Is there a place where readers can reach you?
19. Can you list all your book titles so people can look for them?
Yes, when I get them published. "computers in plain english"
20. For new readers—what can they expect when they read your book(s)?
Humor, silliness, easy to read practical information in the non-fiction.
21. Take as much space as necessary to speak to our readers—what would you like them to know about you and your writing?
I am a simple country boy who can find humor in the simplest of things yet can also explain the complicated to the average person.
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at 12:01 AM EST
Updated: Friday, 16 November 2007 12:59 AM EST