Today’s interview is with Andy Peloquin. Welcome to the blog.
Thank you, Lela! It’s a pleasure to be here!
Tell us something about yourself.
I’m quite the oddball: born in Japan, Canadian citizen, French mother, American step-father, living in Mexico. I write freelance and teach English for a living, but I’m slowly making the transition to becoming a full-time author. I just need about 1 million people to buy my books, and I think I’ll be good. Hehe…
You and me both, man. At what point did you know you wanted to be a writer?
That question always makes me smile. I wrote my first story (short, and a total piece of garbage) at the age of 10–a piece called “Tally the Tigermaster”. Very Christian/religious story about a tiger-trainer who has a religious epiphany/moment of self-discovery after nearly getting eaten by his tigers.
At 15, I had lots of free…
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