All You Need is a Smile: RUNAWAY SMILE by @Nicholas_Rossis #kidlit #authorinterview

Interview with Nicholas Rossis about his children’s book Runaway Smile, and writing and life in general. A really fun read — my personal favorite being the “Do you write naked?” question. Plus his book looks fantastic!

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** I fell in love with this children’s book by my dear friend, Nicholas Rossis, and I wanted to share it with all of you. Today, Nicholas took time out of his busy schedule to sit down for an interview and to spotlight his pride and joy, Runaway Smile. Take it away, Nicholas. **

What is your writing process?

As I have to juggle a day job along with my writing, I write every chance I get. I usually come up with my plots and subplots early in the morning, still in bed, then hurry downstairs to write them down. I’m lucky in that I work from home, so I find it easier to manage my time between the web design and writing.

As soon as the first draft is complete, I edit until everything’s to my satisfaction. Then, it’s off to my beta readers. I have half a dozen…

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3 thoughts on “All You Need is a Smile: RUNAWAY SMILE by @Nicholas_Rossis #kidlit #authorinterview

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this, Michelle! As soon as the copies I’ve ordered arrive, I’ll send you your copy as promised. Unless you don’t mind reading it in Greek – I’ve got a tonne of those 😀

    • Tragically Greek is firmly in my “huh?” category of language. You’re going to laugh at this, but when I was a teenager I did some travelling in Europe with my parents. We did all the highlights — London, Paris, Rome, etc. Then we went to Greece, and suddenly the signs were in an entirely different alphabet and I was horribly confused. I was so used to seeing foreign languages written in the Roman alphabet that I had totally forgotten Greek is written in … well, Greek!

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