Jason Bourne, in the non-fictional world, blogs about everything from cancer, sport, spina bifida, spirituality, music, the USA, love, leukaemia, food and friends. He also likes to collect authors from time to time and I’m honoured that he wanted me to guest on his Author Roundtable feature this week. We delve into my first urges to write, including the part played by a typewriter with a disadvantage that didn’t stop it having a full and productive life… The full interview at Jason’s blog
Published by Roz Morris @Roz_Morris
Former ghostwriter coming out of the shadows with books of my own. My Memories of a Future Life. Lifeform Three (longlisted for the World Fantasy Award). Ever Rest (finalist in the Eric Hoffer Grand Prize).
Humorous memoir: Not Quite Lost: Travels Without A Sense of Direction.
Series for writers: Nail Your Novel.
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2 thoughts on “A typewriter with no letter ‘t’ – interview at Jason’s Spina Bifida Journey”
Roz, I loved your story about the typewriter without a t. It sounds like your family really helped to encourage your writing. That is also a great picture of you sporting the hat. I am a hat girl myself 🙂
Thanks, Cindy! And nice to know you’re a fellow hat girl…