Thinking in Threes: E. Latimer


Welcome to another round of Thinking in Threes, where we interview an author, agent, or editor. Today I have the pleasure to interview E. Latimer, who’s been a friend of mine since last year’s Pitch Wars. 

E. Latimer is a young adult fantasy writer who was born and raised in Victoria, BC and recently moved to Vancouver. She writes books, makes silly vlogs about writing and reads excessively.
Her book FROST was released by Patchwork Press on August 25th, 2015. FROST is a YA fantasy based on Norse mythology, about a teen who accidentally freezes the first boy she kisses and discovers her family tree is weirder than expected.

Think her book sounds great? (I do!) You can enter the giveaway at the end of this post. Without further ado, E. Latimer’s answers:

Which authors (alive or dead) would you most like to meet?

– Neil Gaiman 
– JK Rowling 
– Maureen Johnson

Where are the top three places you love to write? 

– Out on my deck
– In my study
-at the kitchen table (Here’s a picture of my awesome deck writing setup, haha). 


What are the best pieces of advice you ever got as a writer?

-Write what you want to read.
– Never stop reading books, that’s how you learn to write.
– Never stop writing, no matter what anyone says.
Thanks E. Latimer for sharing with us! 
For more E. Latimer, visit http://www.erin.patchwork-press.com/
Or find her on twitter: https://twitter.com/ELatimerWrites
And don’t forget to enter the giveaway!

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Rosalyn Eves is a part-time writer, part-time English professor, and full-time mother of three. She loves all things BBC, especially costume dramas and mysteries. When not wrangling children (and sometimes when she should be wrangling children), she’s often found reading. Her debut novel, THE BLOOD ROSE REBELLION, is forthcoming Fall 2016 from Knopf. She’s represented by Josh Adams of Adams Literary.

 

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