Camille DeFer Thompson has an essay and a novel excerpt in my anthology, Written Across the Genres. She has stories in other collections such as Clash of the Couples, Not Your Mother’s Book On Working for a Living, Not Your Mother’s Book On Home Improvement, Encore Voices of the Valley, and several years in the Las Positas College Anthologies.
Camille is a freelance writer whose work has been featured on the Erma Bombeck Writers’ Workshop website, and popular women’s blog https://www.midlifeboulevard.com. Follow her humor blog at https://www.camilledeferthompson.com. She is publicity chair for the Tri-Valley Branch of the California Writers Club and a member of the Social Media Group.
Here is a short interview with Camille:
Julaina: Who is your favorite author and genre?
Camille: Alice Hoffman is a novelist. Her curious, fascinating characters and unique story lines keep me turning the pages.
Julaina: Why do you write?
Camille: I’ve always loved writing. I find it easier and more fulfilling to express myself on paper than with the spoken word.
Julaina: Where do you like to write?
Camille: I am most inspired at my PC in my home office upstairs.
Julaina: What are you working on now?
Camille: My long-term project is the first romance in a trilogy.
Julaina: Thanks for being here today and good luck with your writing.