16 Things You (Probably) Didn’t Know About…L.M. Nelson, Author.

Here’s part two of my interview with Rachael Ritchey. This was a fun interview to do. Thanks, Rachael!

Rachael Ritchey

We’re here with L.M. Nelson, but before I finish off this fun interview we started on Monday, here are the most important links of the day:

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Now on to the weird, the odd, the fun that is today’s interview!

Sixteen things you (probably) didn’t know about author L.M. Nelson

My first job was…highlighting petition signatures at the Oregon Secretary of States’ Office.

If I wasn’t a teacher, I would likely be…in the medical field or doing something with photography. I’d love to be a full time writer too.

I collect…Ok. Don’t laugh. I collect cows, you know the knick-knacky, plushy, black and white kitchen cows. I also collect shot glasses (although I’m not much of a drinker), Minions, and Futurama figurines.

My favorite…

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When You Corner an Author: L.M. Nelson…An Interview

Check out my interview with the amazing Rachael Ritchey.

Rachael Ritchey

Do you ever wonder about the people behind the books floating around out there? You know, the books in cyberspace. The ones crowding shop shelves and stacked on the floor beside your bed. Those books.

Who are the people behind them? The ones we call writers, and dare I say…authors. Are they mind readers? Lofty billionaire types? Hermits? Too-cool-for-school celebrities?

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What if they’re actually regular people just like the rest of us? You know, high school students, college grads, moms, dads, working stiffs, introverts, extroverts, introverted extroverts (holla!), bikini models, teachers, doctors, dreamers, movers, shakers… Yeah, I think you get the picture.

In order to pull back part of the curtain, I think it’s terribly fun to interview authors, those writer folks, and poke around in the clutter that is their brains. I love for you to meet the people behind the stories and have opportunities to make connections, build…

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