If you could sit on a panel with three famous authors who would they be?
I would rather be a fly on the wall. Anyway, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Francis Schaeffer
Which of your characters, or types, is the hardest for you to write?
Currently it is female characters. I have to do a lot of thinking and memory utilization when developing the character.
What part of publishing makes you want to tear your hair out?
Authors seeking traditional publishing fight a huge battle. First, an agent is almost required. Securing an agent is difficult, to the extreme. The agent needs to secure a house and the process takes many months. In some respects Indie authors are not looked upon the same as those who publish with a traditional house. The Indie world is changing the perception as many authors who had traditional publishers are using the Indie route for many reasons.
What is the best thing anybody ever said about your writing?
I couldn’t stop reading it and when I was done it changed my life.
What do you wish people knew about the writing business?
It is solitary confinement with minor periods of freedom, all self-imposed.
Tedd Galloway is the author of A Mother’s Heart Moved the Hand of God. The early releases of the true story received five star ratings from online outlets.