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Interview with Kevin Brennan, Author of Yesterday Road

Here’s the interview I did with Marie Bailey at 1WriteWay.


Welcome to an interview with Kevin Brennan, author of Parts Unknown, Our Children Are Not Our Children, and the recently released Yesterday Road.  Kevin also has a blog at  https://kevinbrennanbooks.wordpress.com/ where he takes his readers along on his sometimes funny, sometime harrowing road to self-publication.

Kevin Brennan

M:  Kevin, thank you so much for agreeing to be interviewed.  I’m excited to be able to talk with you about your current book, Yesterday Road, as well as your other books.

KB: Glad to do it, Marie. I’ve been following your blog for a few months now, and I’ll be rooting for you during NaNoWriMo.

M:  Thanks!  I’ll need the support.  It was nice of you to beam yourself all the way out here from the West Coast.  Fortunately, our weather is finally showing signs of the autumn season, so let’s sit out on my porch.  Would…

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2 comments on “Interview with Kevin Brennan, Author of Yesterday Road

  1. jcollyer
    October 24, 2013

    Aces! It was great to hear more about your writing experience in general. And you are right about social media attracting more writers than readers. I guess we just have to hope the writers will put out word and that their readers will receive said word.

    Never stop and it’s all about content. I think they are the golden rules. And you have both.

    • Kevin Brennan
      October 24, 2013

      Thanks, as always! That’s why I’ve come to see that self-publishing can be a viable way for writers to find new readers. The traditional system is a little broken, it seems to me, so why not take the bull by the horns?

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