If you have not met prolific children and YA author Victoria Zigler, here is the ideal opportunity as she has a conversation with Colleen Chesebro. Follow the link to enjoy the complete interview. Thanks Sally
Hello everyone! This week I’m thrilled to bring you an amazing author, Victoria (Tori) Zigler. I asked her to pick three or four questions from my huge list HERE. We all aspire to be successful authors and the best way to learn some of the tricks of the trade is to ask questions.
Tori is visually impaired but that didn’t stop her determination to write. When I searched Amazon for her books there was a large selection of poetry and children’s books, available in multiple formats from a variety of online retailers. Her creativity will inspire you!
I schedule many of these posts far in advance, so to keep you in the loop, Tori notified me that she is under the weather and will respond to comments as soon as she can. I’m sending lots of healing energy her way! ❤
First, please meet my guest, Tori Zigler.
Victoria Zigler is a blind poet and children’s author who was born and raised in the Black Mountains of Wales, UK, and is now living on the South-East coast of England, UK, with her hubby and furkids. Victoria – or Tori, if you prefer – has been writing since she knew how, and describes herself as a combination of Hermione Granger and Luna Lovegood from the Harry Potter books: Hermione’s thirst for knowledge and love of books, combined with Luna’swandering mind and alternative way of looking at the world. She has a wide variety of interests, designed to exercise both the creative and logical sides of her brain, and dabbles in them at random depending on what she feels like doing at any given time.
To date, Tori has published nine poetry books and more than 40 children’s books, with more planned for the future. She makes her books available in multiple ebook formats, as well as in both paperback and audio. She’s also contributed a story to the sci-fi and fantasy anthology Wyrd Worlds II, which is available in eBook only.
Victoria’s Page: http://www.zigler.co.uk/victoria.htm
Hi, Colleen. Thanks so much for this interview.
Hi Tori. I’m glad you’re here. You’ve published a ton of books. What was the best money you ever spent as a writer?
The best money I ever spent as a writer has to be the money I spent on my computer chair.
It might sound strange to care so much about my chair; especially to anyone reading this who doesn’t work at a computer. But a good quality chair is worth paying out for if you’re a writer. In fact, if you do any job that has you sitting down at the computer a lot.
Though I regularly get up to stretch my legs, play with the dog, or do something else for a bit, I spend a large amount of my day at the computer. Having a good quality chair to sit on is a must if I want to avoid back pain. If you don’t have one, I suggest you do something about that. Your back will thank you for it! I know mine has been grateful since I invested in a good quality chair.
Head over to read the rest of the interview.