Interview with Clari Greene

When did you first start writing?
I started writing last year 2013 at around June I think. I had this idea from somewhere and just thought of writing it so I did. It's still on going now, but it's almost finished. Hopefully, it would be finished by March 2014, despite my hectic schedule. :)
What motivated you to become an indie author?
I started reading two years ago and I loved it. I never stopped since then. I just thought to be an indie author. I wanted to try something new. As of now, honestly, I don't know what I'll do with my life, so I'm still searching the best career for me. And so far, writing made me contented.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
I get to express what I feel and it feels so good. I mean other than expressing my feelings through music, writing has made a good contribution too. Instead of keeping myself in the dark and thinking about how I feel, I write about it.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
When I'm not studying, I'm on Wattpad socializing with fellow wattpaders, or listening to music and sing along with it, or I watch movies, and eating would be a requirement for me. :)
Who are your favorite authors?
Sophie Kinsella, Kiera Cass (The Selection series is so epic, just saying), E.L. James, Colleen Hoover ( the author who made me cry a river with her books), Suzanne Collins (Hunger Games of course!)...I think thats it...and Im still searching for more. :)
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
The first story I've ever read, believe it or not, its the Fifty Shades. HAHA! :) The impact, hmm... it made me want to read more books, and thats when I started to love reading books.
What do your fans mean to you?
I honestly dont know if I have as of now. But if I do have, they mean a lot to me. I now it sounds cliche but what words can express what they mean to me? My fans made me up to this far and they motivate me to still go on. They're simply my inspirations.
Published 2014-02-03.
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