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Interviews with Teen Girl Writers

Did you know that we are surrounded by teen girl writers? I can name many who live near me and others who live far away.

Their creativity and passion inspires me immensely. To think that behind the mask of mortal human flesh, the wheels of spirit and soul are turning and crafting worlds; etching them on paper (or computer screen) for others to relish or despise.

I find it absolutely fascinating that many girls turn to writing books.

Some write because of the wonderful feeling they have when they create worlds and characters. Some write to escape everyday life.

Some write to tell others about their experiences and what they’ve learned from them. Some write to create a romance they dream may happen someday. Some write to just accomplish the feat of writing a novel. (it’s no easy task if you do it all yourself; writing, editing, etc.) And some, many actually, write to share God’s truth and hope.

After a bit of mulling, I thought it would be fun to interview some teen authors and ask them questions about the novel/novels they are working on.

I hope you gain some inspiration and encouragement from these teen girls as they share with you a little about themselves and about the books they are constructing.

And as always, remember, you aren’t alone in this novel crafting journey. We writers are all in the process, some may be at different stages, but most of us understand how much energy goes into a book. The brain power that writing a book takes is quite overwhelming sometimes.

I asked each writer 10 generic questions and they answered each how they saw fit. Some wrote more, some wrote less. I am so thrilled with all of your guy’s writing projects! Everyone’s is so different. I think that is very special.

As a side note, I was asked to do an interview along with the rest of the writers. So altogether, counting my interview, there are 8 interviewees. Some interviewees even shared some photos. I hope you guys enjoy reading about everyone’s WIP’s.

(WIP for those who don’t know means, “work in progress” )

Writer #1. Melody Ellingwood

1.    What is your favorite color?

My favorite color is blue

2. Favorite pet?

My favorite pet is my dog who is a sweet golden retriever

3. Favorite food?

My favorite food is either pizza or my mom’s baked ziti.

4. What is one interesting fact about yourself?

One interesting fact about me is that my left thumbnail is half-colored. One half is normal and the other is a brown colored birthmark

5. What is your favorite book and author who inspires you?

I don’t really have a favorite author or book because I love so many different books by so many different authors. If I had to pick one, I would have to say David Weber. He writes sci-fi fantasy books that are just incredible! They are so detailed and amazing! I can’t get enough of them.

6. Why did you begin writing?

I write to create worlds with my words. I have all these scenes and stories in my head that I want others to hear about so I write

7. What is your favorite genre of book to write?

I like to write sci-fi fantasy stories because that is what interests me as a reader.

8. What is your main book about? (general synopsis)

Basically, mirrors are portals to another realm. This guy lives in the mirror realm and this girl lives in reality. The guy falls in love with the girl and she ends up in the mirror realm. They go on adventures to other realms that are inside other mirrors and they make friends with all these creatures. Then the leader of the mirror realm finds out the girl got in through the mirror. This is not allowed! So he hunts them down and eventually captures the guy, knowing the girl will come to find him. She does, but first gathers all her friends to help her get her guy back from the bad guy. The guy and the girl end up together in the mirror realm and everyone lives happily ever after.

9. Who are the characters?

My characters are a diverse group. The main girl is just your average teenage girl until one day she finds out about the mirror realm. The main guy is another average teenager except he lives in the mirror realm and falls in love with the girl. The mirror realm leader/bad guy is a broken man who has been trapped in the mirror realm and can’t get out, no matter what he tries. Each of the creatures that the main characters meet are vastly different except for one common thing. Their loyalty to the main guy and girl. This unites them. The main girl also has a best friend in the real world who is always supportive and loyal to the girl. Honestly, I have just started on this journey so these characters and the plot will probably change over time.

10. What is your goal in writing this book?

My goal in writing this book is to share a small piece of myself with others and to have others understand all these pictures and stories I see in my mind. I want others to know about my book and be just as excited about it as I am. I want to inspire others to find a piece of themselves in each book they read and to learn who they are and who they want to be through reading.

Writer #2. Anita Gashin

  1. Favorite color?

I love any colors that look beautiful. But mostly blues and very light hues of pale green

2. Favorite pet?

My border collie Duke

3. Favorite food?

Italian and Russian food

4. What is one interesting fact about yourself?

I never find anything weird 😜

5. What is your favorite book and author who inspires you?

My favorite book is Little Women by Louisa May Alcott and she is an author that inspires me very much ♥️

6. Why did you begin writing?

I started writing when I was five. I loved to read and loved words so much, that I decided that it wasn’t enough just to read books, I had to write them! And that is when I knew I was made for writing. That is why I started to write ♥️

7. What is your favorite genre of book to write?

My favorite book genre to write is mostly Christian fiction and fiction based in the 18th and 19th centuries

8. What is your main book about? (general synopsis)

My current book is a 19th century fiction based book.

It is a story of an 18 year old girl, Annabella Woodfield, whose father, her only living relation, closest companion, and adviser, mysteriously dies while on a voyage. He been in search of a means of providing his only daughter with an education and necessities. Annabella is heart broken and her very existence nearly fades off the earth in her grief.

But the warm love and encouragement and strength of her dear friend Elizabeth Farbridge and her family bring her up on her feet and help her through those dark days of sadness.

The story continues to tell of Annabella’s journey through life after her fathers death, how she finds ways to busy herself in serving others, using her hands for good. She then realizes what is truly in her heart, and it is the most unexpected person who finds his way into it.

All the while, she is realizing that there is no one she can turn too and depend upon for strength and love and wisdom more than God Himself and that He truly cared for her and guided her through her whole life.

9. Who are the characters?

The characters are:  

-Annabella Woodfield

– Edward Woodfield

Annabella’s father

-Elizabeth Farbridge

Annabella’s best friend 

-Ernest Farbridge 

Elizabeth’s older brother

10. What is your goal in writing this book?

My goal In writing this book is to tell a story that will show that God will lead us through each and every step of our journeys through life and that he is our best friend despite everything we are.

Book cover design idea by Anita Gashin; work in progress

Writer #3. Bethann S.

  1. Favorite color?

Favorite color is blue

2. Favorite pet?

Favorite pet is a dog

3. Favorite food?

    Favorite food is a burger

4. What is one interesting fact about yourself?

I have one kidney and my feet are ticklish

5. What is your favorite book and author who inspires you?

I don’t have a favorite author, I just like reading good stories. And anyone who writes a good story inspires me.

6. Why did you begin writing?

I started writing because I loved living in a different world and my sister started writing books. When I wrote my first story, I fell in love with how I feel when I write.

7. What is your favorite genre of book to write?

My favorite genre to write is fiction, usually with a romance up front and center.

8. What is your main book about? (general synopsis)

Two strangers who have nothing in common end up time traveling. Though neither one knows how it happened, they are determined to return to their own time, if they live long enough to do so. As they spend time together, trying to keep each other out of trouble, a bond between them starts to grow, but will the constant trouble be too much for them?

9. Who are the characters?

My main characters names are; Mae and Ben

Mae is a sweet and shy girl, wary of men because of father issues. She currently lives with her crippled mother and her step-father. She loves cooking and reading. She doesn’t have very many friends but the ones she does have, protect her.

Ben is hot tempered and fiery. You might even say he’s looking for a fight. He currently lives with his rich step-dad and step-brother. His temper may be bad but he doesn’t fail on sweet-talking his way through ladies and trouble.

10. What is your goal in writing this book?

My main goal with my writing is to workout my problems in a fun way, and help people workout their own problems through my writing.

Writer #4. Bree H.

Note from Bree: Hello everyone! I just wanted to say thank you so much to my Farmgirl cousin for asking me to be a part of the interviews that she’s hosting here. I hope that our answers encourage all of you, but especially you writers out there. Write the stories that God has placed on your hearts and write for the glory of our Creator.

  1. Favorite Color?

Only one??? Okay… I’d have to go with soft yellow, but a close second place is coral. I’m all about the spring colors. 🙂

2. Favorite pet?

All these singular questions are killing me… I would probably have to say Daisy, my horse. I know that sounds a little cliche, but after owning and training my beautiful Haflinger mare for the past three years, I’d have to stick with that answer. I love how relational horses are. It has been so beautiful to see a bond of trust, respect, and joy being built between Daisy and I. It is SO exciting when after working on a certain area for a short time, or sometimes a long time, to see that understanding come. It is sheer joy! God also speaks very personally to my heart when I’m out working with Daisy or doing horsey things. They truly are a special animal

3. Favorite food?

Pasta. Yes, the kind with cheese, green onions, and bacon. I feel no explanation is needed here

4. What is one interesting fact about yourself?

I firmly believe that homegrown carrots are better with a small amount of dirt on them. While this is arguably an interning fact about carrots, more then it is an interesting fact about me, I’ll let it go as an opinion 🙂 Just pull’um out of the ground, use the greens to brush off any excess and enjoy!

5. What is your favorite book and author who inspires you?

 I have some books that are my favorites for one reason, and others that rate high on my list for characteristics different than the first. So, I’m afraid I can’t answer this one with a single answer either, so I’ll just try to keep it as condensed as I can. C.S. Lewis’s the Chronicles of Narnia have been top on my list for a long time.

I greatly appreciate the simpleness in which Lewis wrote this series, yet interwoven throughout are profound truths and symbolism about God and our world. The adventures are thrilling and every book has a heart to it.

Another one of my favorites is the Viking Quest series by Lois Walfrid Johnson. Lois inspires me with the honesty or rather the humanness in which she imparts on her characters. Each character deals with real questions, real feelings, and the very real God who is there. One thing that really disappoints me in a book is if the characters are displayed with perfect lives or shown making poor decisions and the consequences being glorified as good. This is fake and the reader knows it.

As Lois portrays the real hardships of her characters, I can relate. She also shows that God is real and it left me with a desire to seek God more in my life. The adventures takes you to new heights, and the romance is sweet and pure. So those are my faves folks.

6. Why did you begin writing?

I began writing because I enjoyed it. I had an idea in my head and I wanted to see where it would go so I sat down and started writing. The more that I wrote the more I realized that I was good at writing. While it is something that I can improve on, I found it came fairly naturally and I didn’t have to try really hard to be good at it. I believe that God gave me a gift in writing, and I’m going to continue to write out of a love for God and a love for others as long as God gives me the strength.

7. What is your favorite genre of book to write?

I haven’t really tried very many different genres, but I definitely like fantasy. There’s something wild and untamed about it. I love reading and writing allegories and I like how easily this incorporates into fantasy. I feel like you can take truths about God and life and portray them in a different light to reach a different reader through the taming of a dragon, the way a river flows backwards, and in a land with a strange culture and way of life. Hungry for a good fantasy anyone?

8. What is your main book about? (general synopsis)

Huh, well… my main book is a little bit of a garbled mess at the moment and will probably change a lot by the time (Lord willing) it sits bound and printed on a reader’s lap, BUT, basically…

it’s about a group of characters that band together in a fantasy world, attempting to find answers for the strange events that are occurring around them. After seeing a bewildering prophecy in the night sky, they set out in search of an old prophet who was said to interpret and counsel those in the past. Only later do they discover that their hidden adversary is more real and powerful than they had ever thought, and his hidden agenda all the more costly. They must unite under an unlikely figure, follow to impossible ends, and learn to have faith even when the story seems to end far from happily ever after.

9. Who are the characters?

Characters are something that I’ve struggled with in my writing, so bear with me if my descriptions seem a little poor. I’m still trying to craft these guys and figure them out too. Here are two of my many works in progress.

First, I have Charlene, who is a woodland “elf”. She is quiet and discerning, with an eye for observation and detail, often making her slow to trust and suspicious of others. After a life changing retaliation from the enemy forces, she reaches a place of brokenness and finally, hope.

Next I’ll introduce Tapar, a girl of faith, life, and joy. As a shepherdess living in the Highlands, she belongs to a people wise with the land, yet squelched by the ruthlessness of others. After encountering a band of travelers seeking to liberate, she becomes their guide, using creativity and tact to maneuver silently through her country. She departs, accomplishing her task of safely escorting them, until the need arises for her own liberation from an even greater force then brutal oppressors.

10. What is your goal in writing this book?

My goal is that as the reader finishes this book and sets it back down on the shelf that they will have an awakened desire to seek the real and living God in their life. That this book would paint an ever more vivid picture of the heart of our God, who loves us and is so much closer than they ever realized before. As I discover more and more of who my God is, I become excited to love Him more and share Him with others. It is my prayer that this book would be my way of worshiping Him and loving others. I recently heard a song by the Christian band, Casting Crowns called “Only Jesus,” which pretty much sums up my desire for writing. If you get the chance to listen to this song please do! May you always love God with the gifts that He has given you and use them to bear eternal fruit for His Kingdom.

Bree’s backyard; a constant inspiring scene for her novel.
Daisy, Bree’s haflinger mare.

Writer #5. Ceteela Palme

  1. Favorite color?

Brick red 

2. Favorite pet?

If it’s a house pet, it was my cat Dot. 

3. Favorite food?

Pancakes

4. What is one interesting fact about yourself?

I can’t think of one!

5. What is your favorite book and author who inspires you?

 Probably C. S. Lewis. Or any action writer.

6. Why did you begin writing?

I started writing all the time when I had the chance and when I started to write, I didn’t stop.

7. What is your favorite genre of book to write?

I write romance and disaster.

8. What is your main book about? (general synopsis)

I have several story ideas, but one of them is about zombies and the other is about England and love.

9. Who are the characters?

The girl is Geneviera and the guy is Spencer. In another book, the guy is Sebastian and the girl is Elouise

10. What is your goal in writing this book?

My goal is to finish at least one.

Geneveira and Spencer;
Drawing by @cloudberrykitty

Writer #6. Felicity Rae Jones

  1. Favorite Color?

Dark gun metal gray.

2. Favorite pet?

Horses. Although if dragons where available…

3. Favorite food?

Good food.

4. What is one interesting fact about yourself?

One of my favorite games to play is a hammer and nails game called Stump. It is a game where you flip the hammer and strike a nail in one smooth motion, everyone takes turns trying to hit someone else’s nail until the winner is the last one standing.

5. What is your favorite book and author who inspires you?

The Bible, especially the book of Revelations. I have also read hundreds of other books though, and a few that were quite inspiring to me would be: Narnia by C.S Lewis, Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien, The Sackett Series by Louis L’Amour, and The Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan

6. Why did you begin writing?

I started to write because my brain won’t stop spinning stories. Ever since I was a child I have always been a daydreamer, and my thoughts usually spill out into my sketchbook as strange critters and characters. Eventually I could start to see characters repeating themselves in my sketchbook, and I realized that I was building something worth writing down. So I set out to take these stray threads of stories and weave them into something I would enjoy to read, and by extension, perhaps something others would enjoy as well.

7. What is your favorite genre of book to write?

I think I love making up creatures and worlds too much to ever stray from fantasy writing, but who knows what the years may bring?

8. What is your main book about? (general synopsis)

This tale starts by following the story of Raziah, a young girl who has been ripped from her family in a terrible attack against her tribe. Lost and unsure as to where her family has been taken, she is left to find a way to survive in a new home filled with the fire breathing beasts of legends. She finds herself performing an act that most said was impossible, the result leaving her bonded to a dragon who’s unusual devotion heralds an earth shaking revelation. With these powerful abilities forming, and strange shadowy creatures slinking in the darkness, Raziah is finding herself mired deeper and deeper in a mysterious war she has no will to fight.  Will she ever be able to break free to find her family?

9. Who are the characters?

Raziah is a young female gunju from the Sokol Tribe. She walks with confidence and has a fiery passion for her family and friends.  Faloan is a female Wolfgor dragon. An unusual bond has formed between Faloan and Raziah, leaving Faloan less a wild animal, and more of an extension of Raziah’s spirit. Make no mistake about her placid behavior however, if the dragon rage is awoken in Faloan, she will decimate anything in her path.

10. What is your goal in writing this book?

My goal for writing this book is to create a riveting fantasy that will speak into the hearts of readers about the love that Jesus has for us, and that even in the darkest nights, there is a hand waiting to hold hold them up, and bring them forth into a new dawn.

Felicity’s self portrait

Note from Farmgirl: Please check out Felicity’s website…I am a huge fan of her art. She is such an amazing artist! 😀

Writer #7. Farmgirl

  1. Favorite Color?

Any shade of blue, green, and purple (or instead of saying purple, I could be sophisticated and say lavender.)

2. Favorite pet?

I really can’t decide as I love my farm animals, so, all of them?????? But I am however partial to phoenixes. Did you know that the word phoenix is mentioned in The Holy Bible in the book Job? Depending on your translation. I have a huge element of this added into my story that I hope to study more about. Did phoenixes exist? Do they still exist? Are they a spiritual creature? etc. So many mysteries!

3. Favorite food?

Homegrown salad, roasted potatoes, and home raised chicken. Also, because I can’t resist to mention it; homemade goat milk ice cream, raw goat milk, and chocolate zucchini cake. 🙂 Pour a little milk on the cake and it is near to indescribable.

4. What is one interesting fact about yourself?

Throughout my blog I call myself “farmgirl.” Every time I try and spell it I find that it is suppose to be two words, not one. But then, I decided to be different. (spell check does not define me)

Because I am a farmgirl; (I live on a farm, I love the farm, I love farm food, I love farm animals, {and I repeat} I love the farm 😉 I decided to squash both words together and make my own word. (sort of)

Having both words together symbolizes how I will never leave the farm life behind, I will always adore it, and that the farm life, no matter where I go, will always be close to my heart. So that is why I put “farm” and “girl” together to create a symbolic word that reminds me of one of the simplest things that makes me happy; farming. But that isn’t really interesting about me…that is just quirky. As for interesting, I don’t really have anything. I guess I could say I put hot sauce on almost everything, (I use it as salad dressing) I eat jalapeno’s raw, fresh or pickled, and I don’t like any type of candy other then chocolate.

5. What is your favorite book and author who inspires you?

I have a lot of favorite books and authors, but for this post I will go back and revisit the memories when I would cuddle up on my favorite couch, back when I was a tween. It is so vivid to me, those times when I would sit and read. I often would bring home a book or two from the library by Lucy Maud Montgomery and read them within a few days . Oh the thrills and joys of the Anne of Green Gables classics, the Story Girl, The Road to Avonlea, The Golden Road, and Kilmeny of the Orchard.

I adored those books, and not just for the plots and characters. I adored the way Lucy M.M. used adjectives. Everything was just simple and wonderfully colorful in the stories. The writing style always engaged me from word one and on to the end. Lucy Maud Montgomery is probably my favorite author and all her precious stories about Avonlea are my favorite book{s}. But there are so many others I left out…I just love good books.

6. Why did you begin writing?

I may have shared this story already somewhere on my blog, but I started writing stories after I was inspired by a cabin of girls at a youth camp. I was 14 at the time, and my desire to write novels has only grown. All the novels I am writing are actually for a group of girls. (sorry guys, I know it is taking years to get them published but you have no idea how much energy and brain power and time goes into these…someday they will be done.) I love the way words can create worlds and I love how I can put a piece of myself in something that others will hopefully enjoy. Relish even.

7. What is your favorite genre of book to write?

Hehe….anyone who truly knows me knows that I always write fantasy. I can’t help it. But Christian speculative fiction/fantasy is what I normally write. But, this month I am participating in Rosalie Valentine’s annual flash fiction dash, in which I have decided to steer away from fantasy and write a romance flash fiction. Strictly no fantasy. Ehh…we shall see how it goes. Check out Penprints, Rosalie’s blog.

8. What is your main book about? (general synopsis)

My book is about the adventures of special characters clashing with an exciting fantasy background. The plot of it all is a mission to resolve peace in a mystical world called Elestrian. Evil rises and threatens the good. The wise people must either fight back or submit to the followers of the dark Lord, Leacon. It is all like the real world. There is always evil. No matter where you go on earth, there is evil. Challenge after challenge is set before the good and wise. An enchanted fire upon a volcanic mountain, a mysterious being, a small stone, and a dying world. Worlds of creatures that you have never seen before. With still new ones arising from the depths of jungles and ancient legends. Join countless characters in their journey of choices against the evil.

Will the people of Elestrian stand up or fall back in defeat? Will they trust in their great ruler to guide their steps so they can fight for victory? Will the lights of The Lord of Strassina shine despite the deadly challenges ahead?

And then in part 2 of the series…………………After a long trek across the Everlast Desert, a variety of characters face many trials concerning the mysterious kingdom; Dwanierva. The Ice Dangers are still missing and how will the Wind and Fire Dangers escape? And what does all this talk about “the day of Chol” mean?  Join the Foxtails, the Televier, Arles, Eserdra, Rey, and all the others as they struggle in the grips of evil. Will the people of Elestrian discover the truth behind all of Dwanierva’s secrecy?

9. Who are the characters?

Oh boy….I have a lot. I will just name the basic few.

Arles: A female wind danger from the wind city Carmbass. She is a princess of her people. (though she wishes she was a courier and explorer) She has brown hair, hazel eyes, and a black mare whom she rides named Windsong.

Rey: A male fire danger who rides a phoenix named Flame. Flame was not named by Rey but by an unknown being. According to legends, a special language called “the burn language” exists within Elestrian. Rey’s phoenix was marked under his feathers, or rather burned with the inscription “Flame” using the burn language. Rey has called him Flame ever since the discovery and hopes to someday find out who named the phoenix. Rey has blue eyes, red hair, and enjoys reading and adventures.

Frieda: An ice danger left abandoned on earth after a great war. She was only a baby when she was left behind but after she grew up, she found out her true identity. She was an ice danger, bound with powers and a destiny. Her supposed mother guards a secret which places Frieda in fear and curiosity. Frieda has blonde hair and blue eyes and aids an important character within the story using telepathy.

Zarin: A mysterious being with a mission. Her olive skin, dark brown hair, and violet eyes makes her stand out. She has strange powers which often places fear in other people. Legends and rumors about her race influence the people around her on whether they should trust her or not. Zarin however is not evil, only lost and in need of help.

10. What is your goal in writing this book?

I want to create a story, or rather, a string of stories that will be loved by not only the children, but by the mothers and fathers who will read them out loud to their kids. But most of all, I want stories that will share God’s truth, hope, and love, all within the fantasy genre.

The Time Of The Dangers (14)
This is a book cover I created for book 2 ( or part two) of the series I am writing. The first book however is called “The Time of The Dangers.”

Writer #8. Elizabeth Heintzeman

  1. Favorite color?

Light blue

2. Favorite pet?

My favorite pet is Liberty, mine and my sister’s horse.

3. Favorite food?

Pizza.

4. What is one interesting fact about yourself?

I’m a country girl that enjoys singing, drawing, dirt bikes, guns, and horses.

5. What is your favorite book and author who inspires you?

Tisha. As for a writer that inspires me…. i’m not sure… probably Frank Peretti. I think David Barton is pretty cool too.

6. Why did you begin writing?

I write because writing allows me to make my own fairy tale, one that I can live in and be a part of.

7. What is your favorite genre of book to write?

Action/romantic/comedy

8. What is your main book about? (general synopsis)

Adventure, love, sacrifice, and mystery. Miss Jenny Losee is a farm girl with wild dreams of adventure and has an inspirational love for horses, but one day a stranger came into town. Together they share wild and daring adventures.

9. Who are the characters?

Miss Jenny Losee, Colton Steel Averill, Ryan Gray, and Sheriff Gary.

10. What is your goal in writing this book?

To finish it and get it published.

Jenny Losee on her horse Cricket;
Drawing by Elizabeth Heintzeman

Conclusion

Wow…. this was so great. I really enjoyed reading about your books and writing endeavors. Writers, thank you so much for participating. I really appreciate your willingness to share and expose parts of your “Work in Progress’s.”

It’s hard sometimes to share something you are so proud of, yet sometimes, so ashamed of. Hehe…we have all been there. Or maybe we are still there. I don’t know.

We should all do this again someday, maybe when we are all published. I can host a great big combined cover reveal post!

Thank you again everyone. Keep writing!

As for you readers, ones who did not participate, I hope this post was inspiring and encouraging. If you are also a writer, please don’t give up. You project will only grow and be refined if you keep at it.

Best wishes and God bless,

-Farmgirl

P.S. If you would like me to do more writing/ author interview posts, let me know!

Bonus Info: I know some of you guys enjoy fantasy books, and I know that some of you have even read the one I am about to mention, but I had to mention it anyway. (Felicity Rae Jones, you will absolutely adore this book.) (And Melody Elingwood and Bree H., I know we are all dying to read the second book. He’s almost done with it. )

Dawn of Wonder by Jonathan Renshaw

Anyways, that’s all for now. 😉

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