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Today’s Spotlight: An Interview with AnnMarie Knorr Fischer



Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Welcome to the new edition of the OTC Blog.


This month we wanted you to get to know our other author-AnnMarie Knorr Fischer. We've gathered a few behind the scenes questions for her to answer.

  1. Who is your favorite character to write and why? I was able to create the character of Avalann. She has a lot of my personality sprinkled in...extremely loyal to her family and friends but a bit bossy at times.

  2. What was your favorite scene to write in Book One-Raven Naelo and the Artifact of the Stolen Souls and why? I enjoyed writing about Omlett's Anniversary. We get to see all the guardians let their hair down and have some fun.

  3. What was your favorite scene to write in Book Two- Raven Naelo and the Fall of the Guardians, and why? The chapter about Shorte and Avalann. I loved giving the readers a change to learn more about their past.

  4. What was the hardest chapter to write so far in the trilogy? All of the battle scenes. That's just not my strength. I can paint a picture in words of a beauteous fey garden, but when it comes to writing strategic battle scenes... I leave that up to Rachel.

  5. When you're not writing, what does your day look like? I work as an entertainment buyer. Basically I help my clients find all kinds of entertainment for their big events.

  6. What do you do to unwind at night? I binge watch Youtube videos about Disney. Don't hate! It's my happy place.

  7. Tell us about your future projects? We hope to have book three finish by the end of the year. It really depends on what our new publishers would like us to focus on. Plus we will see everyone at events starting in May.

There you have it! What questions do you have for AnnMarie? Drop her a message at raf.authors@gmail.com!


Thank you for joining our adventure. Until next time, fare thee well, friends.


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