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Ask Julie Gilbert some Questions!

Posted on January 7, 2013 at 3:35 AM

Introducing Julie Guilbert!

This is what I could find out about Julie:

     When not teaching chemistry, she writes, reads, and plays video games. She seeks to connect with young people who don't naturally gravitate to books and teachers who want reach such students. She lives in New Jersey.

     She Also has been a Christian for over a decade. When not testing new poems on hapless roommates or convenient family members, she writes novels, plays video games, and works on getting a BS in Biology. She lives with her family in New Jersey.


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      NOW then :) Julie's Interview will go live On  Monday the 14th of January- (Link here)

      PLEASE post your questions for her in the comments section! Without your questions it won't be much of an interview ;). If you would like me to feature your own name hyperlinked with your website or profile next to the question- please leave your link in the comment box with your question :).

Example: Do you like the color blue? (Virginia Jennings:


      Featured author: PLEASE resist the urge to answer the questions in the comments section. Copy all questions to a word doc and answer them there- THEN over the weekend e-mail the answer doc to me at jennings(dot)vlj(at)hotmail(dot)com :)

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Reply Virginia Jennings
3:57 PM on January 2, 2013 
First question: Do you have a website?
Reply Janet Parfitt
10:41 AM on January 7, 2013 
Do you have a set writing routine? And do you outline your books or are you a pantser? (Janet Parfitt
Reply Eden Mabee
1:10 PM on January 7, 2013 
Hi, Julie,

Noticing that you teach Chemistry, do you find that your students have unrealistic assumptions about what can be done in class (at your student's level) based on their media experiences (whether books or movies, etc.)? Do you intend to write books along series like The Lemonade Trick by Scott Corbett (older series) or The Magic Treehouse books that blur realities draw kids into adventures in history and magic and now?
Reply Edward Frank
9:13 PM on January 8, 2013 
What was the first story that you published and how did you come to write it?
Reply Edward Forrest Frank
9:17 PM on January 8, 2013 
On your author's page you say you write YA real-world science fiction, and normal science fiction. I am not sure how you are defining real-world science fiction and normal science fiction and what the differences are between them? What would not-normal science fiction be like?
Reply Edward Forrest Frank
9:31 PM on January 8, 2013 
Writers are typically readers of the genres they write. Do you have a favorite YA science fiction story or "normal' science fiction story and why does that book stand out in your mind?
Reply Jo Linsdell
10:25 AM on January 9, 2013 
Do you ever test out your stories on your students and get them involved in the creative process when writing your books? (Jo Linsdell-
Reply Virginia Jennings
9:03 PM on January 11, 2013 
While you are at it... could you describe your favorite writing spot for us? Describe it like you would a scene in your book- give us a taste of your 'voice'.
Reply Virginia Jennings
9:27 PM on January 11, 2013 
Alrighty! Questions are submitted up to here! - Answers will be posted on monday!
However- if you come up with any more questions, feel free to ask them and if we get enough I will see if I can get her to come back for a second interview!!! :)
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