with Lynn-Cee Faulk
Q1: When did you start writing and first influences?
Lynn: I first started writing when I was around eight. I wrote a poem about trees coming to life that was largely influenced by C.S. Lewis and the Chronicles of Narnia
Q2: Who are your biggest influences today?
Lynn: My fellow indie authors, Logan Ryan Smith, Cassondra Windwalker, and Micah Thomas just to name a few.
Q3: Where did you grow up and how did that influence your writing?
Lynn: I grew up in southern Georgia. I like to talk about some of my experiences growing up in my poetry but it doesn’t influence my fiction as much
Q4: Have any travels away from home help influence your work?
Lynn: Unfortunately, I haven’t had the chance to travel much but I hope to change that in the future.
Q5: Any pivotal moment when you knew you wanted to be a writer?
Lynn: I think I always knew but I had no doubt after I wrote that first poem.
Q6: Favorite activities to relax?
Lynn: I would like to be a television writer so I like to spend time watching television for inspiration.
Q7: Any recent or forthcoming projects that you’d like to promote?
Lynn: My latest release, Blood on the Vine, is a poetry collection available through amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Blood-Vine-Lynn-Cee-Faulk-ebook/dp/B08PT521C7/ref=sr_1_18?dchild=1&keywords=blood+on+the+vine&qid=1624917071&sr=8-18
Q8: What is a favorite line/stanza from a poem of yours or others?
Lynn: “Listen – the thrumming drumming silence of nonsense taken with a teaspoon of water.”
Q9: Who has helped you most with writing?
Lynn: Micah Thomas has been my creative partner on numerous projects and always pushes me to do my best work.