Quirky Questions with Pamela Canepa

Detours in Time: Book 1 by [Schloesser Canepa, Pamela]

I asked some quirky questions of Pamela Canepa! But first, check out the book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0711ZW6XF

And follow Pamela here: http://bookgoodies.com/a/B0711ZW6XF

Let’s have some fun getting to know Pamela!

So, Pamela, what is the hardest part of being an author?

The hardest part of being an author is that it doesn’t seem like many people read much these days, and so I never know if I am spreading the news far enough. People seem interested in the fact that I have published my writing, but too many things are more important to people than reading. Such as, sports, the election, Netflix, etc. I am not like that.

Getting word out is so hard! We share your struggle! Now choose: shark diving, bungee jumping, or sky diving?

Sky diving. How else could I feel as if I am flying? Bungee jumping doesn’t give much chance to witness your surroundings. It would be just beautiful.

Beautifully said! What cd is in your cd-player right now, or what song did you listen to last?

Something by The Pixies. It is the music of my youth, and it wakes me up!

That sounds fun! What do you think is the closest thing to real magic?

Childbirth. I was fortunate enough to experience it once. To me, the line between magic, miracle, and science is very blurry. They blend together quite often.

I completely agree! What’s your favorite sound?

Currently, it is the sound of my dog sighing when he is laid out on the couch or the bed and he stretches.

He sounds like a happy pup! Tell us one of your favorite quotes?

“There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”

From Shakespeare. I hear it in my head with a British accent. Just lovely!

The British accent makes it! Last question: If you could witness any event past, present or future, what would it be?

This could change depending on what day you ask me. Today, I will choose Woodstock. I’d like to witness that!

I think many would agree with you! Thank you, Pamela, for answering some quirky questions! Support Pamela on her social media and come back next week for more questions answered by quirky authors!

Happy reading! 🙂

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