Interview With Author Sarah Baethge

Q: Who are you, and why should readers read the rest of this interview?

I am Sarah Baethge and I just published a new sci-fi/fantasy book entitled Panoptemitry.

 

Q: Tell us a little about the work you are here promoting.

This is a fun book that came from several different odd ideas I jotted down so I wouldn’t forget. When the day came that I had an editor asking for a complete manuscript, a frantic look at what I had sparked my inspiration for how I could put it together.

 

Q: As a writer, do you have plans for world domination, or do you have a day job, as well?

Are you making fun of world domination here? In the spirit of my book, I’ll one up you here: I’m looking forward to unquestioned GALACTIC domination!

 

Q:  Self-published, traditional, indie or part of an indie collective?

Self-published, because an indie-publishing website (http://www.iwritereadrate.com) paid for me to get a professional MSS-editing report from Cornerstones to help me buff the story into its final for. 

 

Q:  How do you handle bad reviews?

If the complaint makes sense to me, I try to remember it so I can avoid the same problem in the future. If I disagree, I ignore it.

 

Q: Are you nervous yet and do you prefer white or wheat bread?

Now I’m nervous because I’m not sure what’s supposed to be bothering me. I tend to prefer whichever type of bread I can’t get my hands on.

 

Q:  Do you blog? If so, don’t you wish you were as cool a blogger as I?

Are you saying that when I announce this interview on my blog at http://sarahbaethge.blogspot.com you won’t think it’s cool?

 

Q:  LOL. I think its very cool 🙂 That’s a question I ask to feel better about myself. Alright, what do you write about?

Panoptemitry is a somewhat fantasy adventure that happens to people with a space-ship.

 

Q: Any advice for aspiring writers?

Don’t throw out fun story ideas you can’t get to go, having them to fall bach on can really save you.

 

Q:  Sell your book, right now, to your host without once mentioning your book, blog, or Twitter handle.

What will happen to the people caught in the middle if technology and religion collide?

 

Q: Alright, where can readers find you on the web?

Sarah Baethge on Facebook

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  • http://www.rainyofthedark.com/ Rainy Kaye

    Fun interview!