Rebecca Snow Interview

dawn How did you find out about the Wicked Women Writer Challenge and is it your first time participating?

Last year, I was challenged to participate by a fellow writer. I thought it might be fun, so I did. This year, I didn’t need a challenge.

Did you have any challenges writing your story once you got your challenge or did it come easy to you?

The most difficult part for me was deciding what the biological weapon would do. There were so many choices, but I had to pick one. I tried giant sand fleas in one draft, but it only made me itch.

What kind of style do you usually write?

I’ll write anything except erotic fiction. My inner twelve-year-old won’t stop giggling. Horror is my favorite. It’s a great way to release any frustrations I bottle.

Do you have anything you are working on now that we should look forward to?

I’m not sure if anyone should look forward to it, but I’ve been working on a novel that expands one of my short stories. It’s interesting seeing more of the characters than they showed me in the short.

You can find out more about Rebecca Snow at
Twitter @cemeteryflower


About Karsun

I’m a freelance writer, website designer and overall Jill of all trades that lives in sunny and stormy Florida. Shauna Klein is my pen name and I’m married with children that have fins, feathers and fur. I have a short story in the Cemetery Dance book In Laymon’s Terms and a blurb in the book The Ice Limit by Douglas Preston/Lincoln Child. I also have short stories on Amazon that can be found by searching for Shauna Klein.

Posted on September 11, 2013, in contests, Wicked Women Writers. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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