Thursday, March 23, 2017

Q&A with Rebekah A. Morris

I have Rebekah A. Morris here today to answer any questions you might have about writing, her writing, her writing process, or any other questions you might have for her!

I've not read any of Rebekah's books yet, but I picked up a number of them when they were free last week, and I'm looking forward to them.

Rebekah A. Morris
Christian/Historical Fiction


  1. Hello! Thank you for being a part of Indie Con (and for letting us interrogate you).

    My questions:
    -What's your favorite book you've written?
    -What's the best piece of advice you've ever received?
    -What's the hardest part of the writing process for you?

    1. Hi Sarah!
      What is my favorite book that I have written? Oh, that's hard! It's like picking a favorite child. :) I think I have three favorites.
      "Home Fire of the Great War" because it was my first book and I spend 6 years with the characters and felt like I could introduce them to anyone.
      "Gift from the Storm" just because I really enjoyed that story.
      And "Stephen" (the 4th book in my Triple Creek Ranch series) because I fell in love with that boy and wanted to keep him. :)

      The best piece of advice I've ever received. Hmm, if it has to do with writing I'd probably say, don't try to write what everyone is writing, write what God has given you to write even if it won't make the best seller list.

      Hardest part of the writing process? It's probably the stage between when I finish writing the last words and actually releasing the book. I have a hard time waiting to get all the little details finished. I want to just send it out to my readers. :)

      Those were great questions, Sarah, thanks for asking.

    2. And thank you for answering! I enjoyed reading your responses!

  2. What got you interested in writing historical fiction, Rebekah? I've never written a book in that genre, but it sounds like it would be fun ;).

    ~ Savannah

    1. Hi Savannah,
      What got me interested in writing historical fiction? Probably several things. One is my love of history. I absolutely love American history and setting my stories in the past just sort of came naturally. Another reason would be the lack of good, clean, Christian books in certain eras (WWI for example) and so I tried to help fill the gap.
      It is a lot of fun to write. It can also be challenging trying to make the story sound as though it was written a long time ago instead of with modern conversations, but it's worth the effort.

    2. Thanks for answering! I think it's cool that you're trying to fill in the gap with Christian fiction - I might have to pick up one of your books! ;)

      ~ Savannah


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