Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – The Sunday Interview – Getting to Know author Sheila Williams

Here’s the result of an interview I did with the very generous Sally Cronin who is a marvel at supporting indie authors. Thank you Sally.

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

My guest today is author Sheila Williams who lives in France, but in the past has enjoyed several careers, including that of sheep farmer (more about that later!). Sheila shares a mortifying experience in a restaurant, her fashion sense, the contents of her handbag and a tussle with a persistent romeo ram (of the sheep variety!)

First the official word from the author.

About Sheila Williams

Sheila Williams, author, slipped into this world on Guy Fawkes night, under cover of fireworks and bonfires. Outraged to find other nurslings in the nest, she attempted to return to her own world but found the portal closed.

Adopting a ‘make the best of it’ attitude she endured a period of indoctrination to equip her for her place in society. This included learning a language that no-one ever speaks and making complex calculations of no perceivable value.

Freeing herself as soon as possible from…

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5 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – The Sunday Interview – Getting to Know author Sheila Williams

  1. Nice interview, with some lovely glimpses of your previous life. Ahh, the joys of working with animals. I’m afraid I did giggle over the Tup story, though it was shared experience rather than merely meanness. Oh the times I’ve faced half-grown calves who’ve decided that running straight over me seemed preferable to going through an open gate, so much funnier in retrospect.

    I’m very much looking forward to getting a copy of The Weave, shortly. Hope the sales are going well, and good luck with the next project.

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