This is a big week. I’m spazzing out in a good way.
Two of my favorite writers are celebrating bookish blessings this week, one has just been born into the world and the other is celebrating it’s 1st birthday today. We know bookends and their guts (books – get it?) are not human, but the blood, sweat, and tears that goes into crafting art within pages are worth shouting about. We give God all the praise. Read yesterday’s post on Holy Hustle: embracing a work-hard, rest-well life, or get comfy with your tea because we’re about to dive into a fun interview with my friend, Rebecca Hastings of www.myinkdance.com! To read how her book, Worthy spoke to me, click here.
Rebecca Hastings is a kindred spirit, deeply and emotionally poured out into her work like a vase to the wildflowers within. I am so thankful for her taking the time to share with us, some inner thoughts on the making of her book, Worthy, a 20-Day Devotional.
An Interview with Author Rebecca Hastings
1) So we are talking about your book Worthy today. Do you mind sharing part of the backstory of why this book?
2) What is your favorite chapter’s title called, and why is this your favorite?
3) What is the main takeaway from Worthy, you want readers to realize?
4) Was it difficult to write this vulnerably?
5) Do you have any advice for aspiring authors?
6) What is your number one piece of advice for those who may choose the self-publishing route?
7) Okay, Becky, lastly…and yes — I am ending with an odd number because I am odd — do you have a reoccurring message on your heart for a possible future book?
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*Tips her hat, puts her phone on SHHH mode and makes a mad dash for the library*