An interview with the princess of paperback

Today I am interviewing a fellow blogger, Joyce from Princess of Paperback, who reviews and provides some of that all important support to indie authors like myself.

Welcome to ARCBookBlog, my little corner of the web, Joyce, sit down and put your feet up, the tea will be ready in a few moments.

First off, tell me a bit about yourself:

Joyce – Hi!  My name is Joyce and I’m a thirty-something bibliophile who grew up reading Robert Munsch. The Paper Bag Princess was my all-time favourite story.  Coffee and fiction are my addiction.  I love reading mystery/thrillers, crime, fantasies like Harry Potter, fairytales, a little bit of horror/paranormal, historical fiction and YA.

When I’m not busy at my day job, I’m a wife and mommy to 4 kids.  Some people eat to live, but I live to eat!  I’m a foodie who appreciates good food and doesn’t mind sharing recipes.  So here I am.  New to the world of blogging.

I’m also a bit of a couch potato.  From time to time, I’ll quote or write about the shows and movies I like to watch.

Now we’ve been introduced, I just have a few questions for you so my readers can get to know you better.

Me – How long have you been blogging?
Joyce – I’ve been blogging for 3 or 4 months now.

Me – Is blogging something you’ve always been interested in doing?
Joyce – I didn’t discover the world of blogging till just this year. So I’m kinda late on the blogging bandwagon. I never really thought I was particularly good at writing. So it wasn’t something I gave much thought to until now.

Me – Do you write every day?
Joyce – No. I post once every week or two, or when I have time really. Life is busy with 4 kids.

Me – What is your favourite genre?
Joyce – Mystery/thrillers

Me – What would you like to achieve with your blogging?
Joyce – I would love to be a book reviewer for a publishing company..wishful thinking right?

Me – What’s your favourite book?
Joyce – My favourite book..hm. That’s a tough one. There are so many good books. But the only one I have ever read more than once, was Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden. Ooh. And of course, the beloved Harry Potter series.

Me – Tell me about your next post
Joyce – My next post will be a review of The Nest by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney.

Okay, now that we know you, a little better than we did before, how can we follow you?

Website: http://www.princessofpaperback.wordpress.com
Facebook:www.facebook.com/princesspaperback
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ms_j_ho
IG: http://www.instagram.com/princessofpaperback
Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/princesspaperback

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