Guest Author Interview
Every few weeks I post a guest author interview on my blog where we get a little peak into an author's life! This week we're chatting with Chelsea Thomas, author of the Apple Orchard Cozy Mystery Series. Have a question for Chelsea? Don't be afraid to leave a comment!
Chelsea Thomas is technically two people... Married writing team Chelsea and Matthew Thomas. Matt and Chelsea write cozy mysteries set on an apple orchard in upstate New York. They also write television and film. As screenwriters, they have worked with several studios, including Nickelodeon, SONY and CBS. Chelsea and Matt are graduates of Duke University and they are members of the Writers Guild of America. Chelsea enjoys spending time with animals and practicing yoga. Matt loves playing music. And they both enjoy spending time near the water.
1. How long does it take you to write a full novel? AND...what's a typical writing day look like for you?
It can take 4-6 weeks to write a full novel. A typical writing day begins at 8 AM and concludes at 2 PM. I write with my husband, so typically one of us re-writes while the other writes a first draft.
2. Beside's writing, what are you most passionate about?
I love yoga. My husband is a musician.
3. If you could travel to any location to write a novel, where would you go and why?
I would love to write a cozy based in the Pacific Northwest. We went on our honeymoon there and loved it.
4. What's the latest show you binge watched?
5. Tell us something most people don't know about you!
Chelsea Thomas is married writing team Chelsea and Matthew Thomas!
The Apple Orchard Cozy Mystery Series
I write a comforting and humorous cozy mystery series set on an apple orchard in NY. My main sleuth is a 60 something former prosecutor, and her 20 something niece is always by her side helping with the investigations!
Thank you Chelsea for joining us today and sharing a little bit of your writing process and a behind the scenes peek at your personal life 🙂
Don't forget, you can ask Chelsea a question in the comments (I'll make sure she sees it) and of course shoot on over to her website where you'll learn more about her books.
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