Blue Asylum by Kathy Hepinstall is now in paperback.
Interview with Kathy Hepinstall, Author of Blue Asylum
Jaime Boler: You grew up in Texas. Did you always want to be a writer?
Kathy Hepinstall: Yes, I think so, but it took different forms. As a girl, I wrote mostly poems. Later, I wrote short stories and went into advertising writing. After a few years in that career, I decided I wanted to try a novel.
JB: In your opinion, what is the most difficult think about being an author? And what is the most rewarding?
KH: The most difficult thing is navigating the often challenging waters of the business of publishing. The most rewarding is being able to bring a story to life and have it resonate with other people.
JB: Your last novel, Prince of Lost Places, came out in 2003. What have you been doing since then?
KH: Mostly freelancing in advertising. Wrote some more novels…
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