I’m now in Europe (or, you know, will be at the time this post goes up)–which means this week’s Wordy Wednesday is one of our many wonderful interviews and guests posts for the summer!
Please welcome one of the amazing writers I’m lucky enough to call my friend, Susi Greganova!
What project(s) are you currently working on?
Right now? Managing my exams, planning out my life, and a cliché warm family novel which I´m only writing for myself so I can calm down and concentrate on learning. But the moment I have time, I´ll start work on a psychological thriller (The Shadow People), an epistolary novel dealing with child development (Hi T), and a middle grade adventure novel partially set in the cyber world (The Quest). There are also a lot of poems that I need to sort out and edit.
What are you planning to study at college?
Nooo clue. My dream course is PPE at Oxford, but that costs too much. But I think I´ll still apply for it in October. In the meantime, I´ll probably study “law and economics”.
Any fun summer plans?
Figuring out what to do with my life. And I want to do Camp NaNoWriMo and finish a novel. And…yeah. Have crazy fun adventures. (Or study for my exams if I don´t pass them in June. )
If you could travel anywhere, where would you go?
England because it´s my favourite place in the world. Or just all around the world so I can see everything.
Aloe Vera juice
Chocolate mousse (fun fact: I used to be The Official Queen of Chocolate Mousse on a message board once)
Favorite activity outside of reading and writing?
Jazz dancing…or just generally daydreaming/imagining stuff
Favorite TV show?
The Green Green Grass
Favorite Youtube channel?
Favorite board game?
Favorite language (other than your native one)?
I don´t know if anyone knows them, but I love Milka Choco Mix bags which are basically little bags full of chocolate drops as well as jelly sweets or mini Oreos.
Piano (i.e. the only one I can play)
Coffee or tea?
Coffee…but I really like tea too
Ice cream or froyo?
Movie or TV show?
Morning or night?
City or country?
Cat or dog?
Rain or shine?
Camp or hotel?
Stay in or go out?
Casual or fancy?
Handwrite or type?
Handwrite for poetry, type for prose
Thanks for letting me interview you, Susi!
You can find Susi at the following links:
Figment: Super Susi