Wednesday, June 26, 2013


I am so excited to be a featured author on the Indie-Licious blog today! They are highlighting my newest release, Heart of Kylassame, as well as interviewing me so that all of my readers, and the Indie-licious readers, get a glimpse into the mind of Kristi Strong.

Here is just a bit of the interview :) To read the entire interview, including how I came up with the name for Heart of Kylassame, be sure to go visit my interview on Indie-Licious!

It's a pleasure to have Author Kristi Strong stop by Indie-Licious to celebrate her new fantasy novel. Now lets delve, shall we?

About Kristi Strong:
1. Can you tell us a bit about when you first discovered you wanted to be a writer?
"It sounds cliche, but I have loved writing ever since I was a little girl. My mom was a big journal writer and I always wanted to write pages of beautiful cursive like she did. Once I learned to write, I had fun writing stories about gardens with magical fruit, and found that the school assignments I loved the most were ones were I could write creatively.
I didn't imagine I could become an author until 2011 however, when I discovered the world of self-publishing. It allowed me to write my books the way I did best, without hard deadlines or having to manipulate the characters into something they were never intended to become."

2. Is there a book that most influenced your life? 
"Oh wow, good question. I think a big one for me was The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky (over a decade before it became a movie). I read it when I was a preteen and it helped me realize that life wasn't always going to be fair, or logical, or what I thought it would be. It allowed me to view the world around me in a much different manner."

3. Favorite food?
"Macaroni and cheese, but the home-made kind, not Kraft. I just love when it's all ooey-gooey cheesy with the crispy breadcrumbs on top."
4. Favorite thing to do when you aren't writing? 
"Crochet. It's my other creative outlet. I am forever working on crocheting purses, blankets, hats, or other projects."

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