Here’s another entry in the recent group of great Edward Kelsey Moore interviews on his books and his writing process. This one is hosted by
Ella Curry, who is head of her own highly motivating publicity empire, which includes the Black Authors Network (BAN). In this interview E.K.M. discusses a few of the areas that have been covered in other recent interviews -- but he also describes why his writing tends to explore the everyday lives of regular people, with less specific focus on the oppressions of black lives. To enjoy this warm and engaging audio interview click the button below. It is free of charge and lasts about 40 minutes.
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Black Pearls Magazine has posted a new interview with E.K.M. on a wide range of interesting topics. Some of their discussion revolves around the recent publication of his new Supremes novel, The Supremes Sing the Happy Heartache Blues. These are some of the interview questions:
What made you want to become a writer? How do you think you’ve evolved creatively? Do you view writing as a kind of spiritual practice? What was your hardest scene to write: the opening or the close? Find the answers to these and other questions on the Black Pearls Magazine website by clicking the button below!
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It's been a busy summer, so we're passing this along a few days after the fact... Bestselling author Edward Kelsey Moore was interviewed by NBC News for their online NBCBLK news portal. It is a charming, informative interview with the author which also includes a healthy sampling of Chapter 1 from his new novel, The Supremes Sing the Happy Heartache Blues. Also in the interview E.K.M. tips his hand on the theme of his next book -- which he’s already working on! You can read the interview: Author Edward Kelsey Moore Turned ‘Lovely’ Hobby Into a Bestselling Career at NBCBLK. Click on the button and if you enjoy it share this with your friends on social media. Thanks!
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