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A Fill-in-the-Blank Interview with Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen
Before heading to Brazil, Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen took the time to complete these sentences about her life as an author:
Of all my books, I am most proud of The Compound because I actually quit three times while writing it, even dumping the entire manuscript and starting over.
Because of my books, I had the wonderful opportunity to meet some fabulous people and travel to amazing places.
But it's not all glamor! The toughest thing for me about being an author is the drudgery of the daily discipline. The alliteration is tough too...
When I am not writing, I love to read and bake cupcakes and drag my husband on long, blister-inducing walks.
Most people would be surprised to learn that I was the 1981 Strawberry Festival Queen.
Right now I am packing for a speaking trip to Brazil and trying to finish my latest novel.
I wish that I had a cow in my backyard.
Thank goodness David didn't ask me about when a famous male YA author ended up in my lap!