Interview with Tim Miller
When did you first decide you wanted to write?
Ever since I was a kid, I used to write short stories on an old typewriter and sell them to kids at school. It was probably during that time.
Did you get nervous the first time you put your work out there?
Yes I did. I found some sites for authors to post short stories for feedback. The internet was very new and I was shocked at how brutal people on it could be.
What is your favorite genre to write?
Horror by far. I’ve tried to write positive and uplifting stuff but it sucked. I’m much better at writing deep, dark, creepy things.
Do you have a favorite author?
Not anymore, not one specific favorite. I read a lot of independent authors and NY published authors. Whatever catches my interest at that time.
Is there something you want to write about, that you haven’t yet?
I’m sure there is. The trilogy I’m working on now covers some pretty touchy issues. I’m not sure what I’ll write about when this is complete.
What is one silly fact about you?
I’m terrified of snakes.
Spaghetti or Lasagna and why?
Spaghetti, because you can put meatballs in it!
Anything you would like to say to the aspiring authors reading this blog?
Just to keep writing and don’t let the negative people or haters keep you down. Stay focused and work at perfecting your craft.
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