Hey there bookworms! I did another author interview with a gentleman I have been conversing back and forth with for a while. His name is Jay Cadmus and he is the author of Constable Outreach 35. I am currently reading his book and will be posting a review of it in the near future. But for now, check out the interview I conducted with Jay!
ERIK: What is your top read of 2018 so far?
JAY: Just finished reading a resurrected copy of The Tao of Physics by Fritjof Capra, Second Edition. With another in the TBR list of Scarab of the Black Vatican by E.R. Robin Dover.
ERIK: What is your favorite book friendship?
JAY: Think and Grow Rich by Napolean Hill.
ERIK: How many books are in your TBR Pile?
JAY: Periodically, I cull my book holdings, based on interests. As I grew – and, those I’ve outgrown. However, I’m left with thirty books. Think: …Re-Read. A picture would probably be best.
ERIK: Most anticipated book release of 2018?
JAY: Most anticipated release? Back in April 2018, I anticipated the release
of my book, Constable Outreach 35. Now, my next book. Don’t feel it’s appropriate to make this about me. So, I’ll leave it at that.
ERIK: How did you start blogging?
JAY: WordPress.com. I felt there was something inside I needed to get out.
Seeing the words that came out, where I fit into society. Based on what
I’ve been taught. Opening lines of communication. Learning from alternate
points of view.
ERIK: How long have you been a blogger?
JAY: With such a sporadic record, the start was near 2012. Consistently? In
linear fashion? Sixteen years condensed into three months. Learning as I
went. Most postings deleted. With the changes in the situation.
ERIK: Who is your favorite author?
JAY: Hard to pin down one of many. But, one author I follow today is
Steven Pressfield (The War of Art.)
ERIK: Where is your favorite reading spot?
JAY: Grabbing a minute or three while waiting… wherever that may be.
Other than that, at my desk so I can make notes on my thoughts from
ERIK: What do you like about reading?
JAY: Learning. Experiencing the thoughts produced by the words of others.
My reading and following action have made me change. I like who’ve I
Sidenote: How great was that last answer! It gave me chills when I read how he responded to this question. Such a beautiful way to express his love for reading. OK, back to the interview.
ERIK: If you had to describe yourself in a book title, what would it be?
JAY: Chameleon – Novice who learned from every ‘You’.
If you are an author and wish to have an interview with me, just comment below and I will be in touch with questions for the interview!
Talk to you soon bookworms 🙂