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An Interview with Authors Andrew and Danny…

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Andrew Working ANDREW WORKING

Danny Meditating DANNY MEDITATING

Today, we’re sitting down with the authors Andrew Joyce and Danny the Dog for a joint interview, so without further ado, let’s get started.

Thank you for agreeing to do this interview.

AJ: It’s a pleasure to be here.

DD: Me too.

Tell me a little about yourselves and your backgrounds?

AJ: I’m a writer, which surprises me greatly. For the first three years of my writing career, I never referred to myself as a writer. It was only when the royalties started coming in and I could quit my day job that I dared think of myself as such.

DD: I’m a dog.

What book or books have had a strong influence on you and/or your writing?

AJ: The works of Louis L’Amour and Robert B. Parker.

DD: The genius writings of Danny the Dog.

AJ: Excuse me…

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Featured Friday! Andrew Joyce

Interesting is an understatement. Check out Mr. Joyce’s blog and see if you don’t agree. Boxcars is just one of many “Joyce delights”!

https://andrewjoyce.wordpress.com/2017/02/17/boxcars/

Zealot Script

andrew-llPD: I’m delighted to introduce our Featured Friday segment with Andrew Joyce, who you may remember as guest posting for Zealot Script in the recent past.

Check out his guest post on Authorial Research.

Andrew Joyce left high school at seventeen to hitchhike throughout the US, Canada, and Mexico. He wouldn’t return from his journey until decades later when he decided to become a writer. Joyce has written five books, including a two-volume collection of one hundred and fifty short stories comprised of his hitching adventures called Bedtime Stories for Grown-Ups (as yet unpublished), and his latest novel, Yellow Hair. He now lives aboard a boat in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with his dog, Danny, where he is busy working on his next book, tentatively entitled, Mick Reilly.

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