Month: February 2016

The Boy That Grew Teeth in his Ear

Today my guest is children’s author is Roni Kennedy. Welcome, Roni!

Roni, what genre do you write? Can you give an insight as to why you chose that genre?

I write children’s books. My mother was a school teacher and she wrote a few children’s books and I did the illustrations for her. She never got them published. One of my plans is to publish one of her books. I do have an artistic talent so I can draw about anything in front of my eyes or an imagination.

I usually write at the dining room table with the tv on for background noise. I have to have plenty of space for notebooks, pretty pens, and coffee cups. When you sit down to write, what is the environment like? Describe the space, sounds, accessories etc.

I enjoy quiet time. I actually own a small sign shop and it is very demanding and there is always designing on the computer to do, fill orders, customers walking in and putting the signs together or installing them. So quiet time is my time. My thought process generates better when it is quiet.

If you were stranded on a desert island, who would you want there too (apart from family members)?

Probably my dog Sadie who has been my good friend for 12 years, a few trustworthy friends.

Tell us about you the person. What do you do when you are not writing – Hobbies, guilty pleasures?

I like to do crafts! Lie in front of the TV and vegetate and watch a movie on Netflix. I have very limited time to do much. My worst addiction is Facebook. I really need to limit my time on there.

What is your fave part of being an author?

My favorite part of being an author is putting together a story that has an ending that connects to the events that take place in the book.

Time to pimp your book – where can we find you?

You can find me on Facebook. My book is being sold on, Goodreads, Barnes & Noble and other sites.It’s available in Paperback and E-book. I will have a website very soon and a blog site as well. Just type in the Boy That Grew Teeth In His Ear. Thanks for the review.

Here’s the cover to look for.

Title Page copy

Remember folks, the best way to help an author, apart from buying her books, is to leave a review. More books sell through word of mouth, aka reviews, than anything else, so please don’t think your opinion doesn’t matter. It matters a lot.

So go along to any of the places Roni has mentioned and check out her book, ‘The Boy That Grew Teeth in his Ear’, buy it, read it and review it.

Thank you for stopping by, Roni.