MEET SUSAN FAW

lucinda E Clarke

I really should run a competition for the ‘spot the typo’ on my blogs, for the moment they go live, I always see one – despite reading them very, very carefully. Let’s see what this week’s error is 🙂

My guest today is Susan Faw who writes fantasy fiction for the YA age group – and she’s won an award for her work – so please read on.

SUSAN FAWDo you know when I first decided I wanted to be an author?

No, it wasn’t after reading Harry Potter. It was when I was about 4 years old.

My sister and I used to play a game before we could read before we were even school aged, where we would pick a picture at random from the only magazine my parents would allow in the house – The National Geographic Magazine. We would play school and whoever was the ‘teacher’ would make…

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3 thoughts on “MEET SUSAN FAW

  1. It’s an organic, biological fact that you read right over your own little errors. It’s engrained in the brain, and the eye sees what the mind expects to see, not necessarily what is before it. Such has it been since characters first were carved in wood or chiseled in stone. Forgive yourself. It’s human. Great blog!! I’m an editor and I don’t proofread my own work.

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