2 Questions for Rebecca LuElla Miller

Interviewing Becky Miller who is a Christian fantasy novelist, as well as a freelance writer and editor. Because of her work organizing the CSFF Blog Tour, some members have (fondly?) dubbed her "The CSFF Overlord."

1. What are you reading?

I’m reading When the Sky Fell by Mike Lynch & Brandon Barr (Silver Leaf Books) [RA Note: ResAliens interviews Mike & Brandon here], a science fiction novel that has me out of my comfort zone. (I’ll be back into fantasy as soon as Andrew Peterson’s North! Or Be Eaten arrives. ;-).

In non-fiction I’m reading The Grand Weaver by Ravi Zacharias (Zondervan). And professionally I’m making my way through The Fire in Fiction by Donald Maass (Writer’s Digest Books).

2. What are you writing?

I’m revising book three of The Lore of Efrathah quatrain. The working title is Escape from Moldark. I’m also working on a short story for a contest. It’s quite different than anything I’ve done so far, which makes it extra fun. I also am toying with a book of devotions and a non-fiction book I’m calling Women NOT in the Bible.

RA Note: Thanks, Becky, for being our first "2 Questions" interviewee. Readers can find out more about Rebecca LuElla Miller at her personal blog, A Christian Worldview of Fiction, and her editing blog, Rewrite, Reword, Rework as well as Facebook, Shout Life, and LinkedIn.


Sally Apokedak said...

Cool idea--two questions.

And you started out with a great interview subject.

Rachel Starr Thomson said...

Oh, this is fun. I wonder if any writer alive could answer "What are you reading?" with only one title. I could presently give you four.

You pretty much asked my favourite two questions :).

Rebecca LuElla Miller said...

Lyn, I agree that the two question interview is an excellent idea. And yes, these two questions were ones I jumped to answer. What writer doesn't want to talk about books? ;-)

And I had to laugh when I read Rachel's comment. I don't remember the last time I only had one book going. Probably when I was still teaching.