Tonight, I’m pleased to spotlight Rebecca Emin, from “Ramblings of a Rusty Writer.”
What social class, if any, are you a part of?
I don’t like to use labels. I’m just me. I try to see others as individuals and not as part of a group too.
If you could change one thing from the history of your life, what would it be?
I would have liked to share some time with my paternal grandfather. He died just before I was born but I really wish I had had the chance to get to know him, by all accounts he was a lovely man.
What’s the tastiest food ever, according to you?
I do love food! The trouble with that is, I don’t have one particular favourite thing but if I had to live on a limited range of foods for the rest of my life I would pick fresh coconut, fresh pineapple, pasta, mushrooms and cheese. They are my favourite ingredients.
About Ramblings of a Rusty Writer
My blog charts my writing journey from deciding to write more seriously in November 2009, when I had no idea what a blog was, through entering competitions, being published in anthologies and the forthcoming publication of my debut novel for children, New Beginnings. I sometimes blog about writing with three young children at home. I post flash fiction, author interviews, giveaways, the occasional writing competition and all my latest writing news. This blog also links to my blog about writing for children and teens.