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"Keep working on a plan. Make no little plans. Make the biggest you can think of, and spend the rest of your life carrying it out." Harry S. Truman

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

My first interview ever.

Well, I was just given my first interview ever. I mean, not an interview of someone else where I thought up the questions, no, no, an interview where little me actually answers the questions asked by the person doing the interview!

Annette Gulati is a writer - her stories are appearing in Highlights for Children, and just wait, because I can bet you that I'll soon have the opportunity of posting an interview of her in this blog, too - who left a comment on my blog, last year, and we then met each other in Uma's online class. She writes about the many tribulations of the The Writing Wild Life, in her blog, and you'll find the interview by clicking on this link :

http://thewritingwildlife.blogspot.com/2008/06/author-interview-with-katia-novet-saint.html

Thanks so much, Annette. You just made me feel almost famous, for a few minutes. I think I could get used to this :))

13 comments:

Jo Ann von Haff said...

Nice interview ! :-)

Annette Gulati said...

You're welcome, Katia! Your journey is just beginning! Fame could be just around the corner. :)

Janet Brown said...

Very interesting interview, Katia. I'm dying for Amadi to reach Elliott Bay--maybe today!
Do hope that we can meet in Bangkok next year...

Katia said...

Thanks, Janet. Bangkok or/and Hyderabad. I bet you'd find our city totally fascinating. :)

Sapna said...

Congratulations!

Katia said...

Thank you, Sapna. :)

The Artful Toddger said...

I bet that's a wonderful feeling, Katia, to see your book in print. My sincerest congratulations.

P.S. Lived in Hyderabad for only a week now, but I'm enjoying it immensely.

Todd

Katia said...

Hello Todd, thanks for visiting my blog and welcome to Hyderabad. I've left for the summer but I hope we can get together when I come back at the end of August. Have you joined TEA ?
Best wishes

Jo Ann von Haff said...

Are you on strike ? :-(

Katia said...

Hey, Jo Ann, no, not on strike, but have been running around like a mad woman for the past several weeks; I'm in France, now, and connected again, and I will finally be able to catch up on emails, write at least a couple of posts on the blog, etc, etc.
More soon :) Hope you're well.
Katia

Jo Ann von Haff said...

Oooooooh, where in France ?? :-)

Suzanne said...

Hi, Katia. Your book finally arrived in Japan, and I read it to my nine-year-old son yesterday evening. We both enjoyed it very much! Brava!

Katia said...

Thank you, Suzanne. :)