Category Archives: Interviews by me

How to write third-person narrative

After 40 years as a writer, I have learned a new trick, thanks to the generosity of spirit of my writing friends. So, I am paying it forward and sharing this insight with others who want to improve their writing. … Continue reading

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A publisher with a difference

Michael Amos, welcome to Bobbing Around. Please say a few words about the publishing company you and your sister run Hello! I greatly appreciate the opportunity to answer some questions for you. The creation of the publishing company has very … Continue reading

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He closed his restaurants, and is feeding people anyway

This is chef Jose Andres, who is known for a long list of humanitarian actions. To help slow the spread of the dreaded virus in Washington, DC, he has closed his restaurants, but he supplies food to people in isolation. … Continue reading

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An inspiring modern explorer

David is from one of the wealthiest families on Earth, but instead of doing a playboy, or using money and power to steal from poor people, or playing games that hurtle us toward extinction, he is doing the opposite. Please … Continue reading

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Georgina Byrne, Farmer: an interview

One of my trusted sources of information is The Conversation. I’ve even been known to make the occasional donation to keep it going. When I’ve read an article, if I have the time, I’ll look at the comments, and perhaps … Continue reading

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And the winner is…

It’s not too late to read and enjoy my interview of Melanie Robertson-King, but it is too late for participating in the draw for winning one of her books. This is to announce that the winner is Marie Lavender. Congratulations, … Continue reading

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You can still win an award-winning book

All you need to do is to visit my interview with Melanie Robertson-King, and comment. You have until next Monday, 15th July to do so. I will use to select one commenter, and Melanie has offered a copy … Continue reading

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Bob Rich interviewing Melanie Robertson-King

Bob I “met” Melanie when she interviewed my friend Joan Y. Edwards. Being cheeky, I asked her to interview me, too. You see, one of my rules is, I can ask anyone anything, as long as I can accept a … Continue reading

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Joey Garcia: a lady who inspires me

If you read this essay, you’ll know why. Or OK, to save you the time, here is a summary: She was born in Belize, a small Caribbean country that used to be a British colony, but she grew up in … Continue reading

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The winner

Joan Edwards won the free book for commenting on my appearance at Melanie Robertson-King’s blog, Celtic Connexions. She chose Striking Back from Down Under, which should give her 26 enjoyable reading sessions. While I am writing to you, do take … Continue reading

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