Interview


I am honored to welcome author Viji K. Chary as my spotlighted author in this interview. The World of Ink Network will be touring author Viji K. Chary’s children’s picture book, Porcupine’s Seeds published by 4RV Publishing. This is one stop on her exciting tour and road to success.

Just a short taste to entice you to learn more:

About the Book:

Porcupine longs to grow beautiful sunflowers in his garden just like Raccoon. When Raccoon give Porcupine seeds, she says that all they need is soil, sun, and water. But growing sunflowers is not easy for Porcupine.

Get a sneak peak of the book at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aZFuOCkvyA

About the Author:

Viji K. Chary was born in India and immigrated to the United States at the age of two. Her passion for writing stories began in elementary school and has evolved from coaching children in various activities; including gymnastics, classroom activities and creative competitions. Her stories have been published in Highlights for Children, Ladybug Magazine, Hopscotch for Girls and many more.

Questions:

Fran: How did you create your main character of porcupine? Why did you choose to create a story centered on animals rather than young children?

Viji’s response:

Fran: What problem did you create for your character to solve?

Viji’s response:

Fran: What message did you want to convey?

Viji’s response:

Fran: What made you decide to write a picture book?

Viji’s response:

Fran: What type of stories did you submit and get published by the three magazines stated on your bio?

Viji’s response:

Fran: When writing your stories or children’s books do you decide on a specific theme or do you create a story line first and then the theme?

Viji’s response:

Fran: Who or what inspired you in elementary school to write stories? What was the first story you ever wrote?

Viji’s response:

Fran: Why is writing a great outlet for both adults and children to express their feelings and ideas?

Viji’s response:

Fran: How is this a great way for children to take ownership of their words and thoughts and produce something that is individual to each one of them? How do you encourage children to write?

Viji’s response:

Fran: Who is your favorite children’s author and which children’s book is your favorite and why?

Viji’s response:

Fran: What made you write The Porcupine Seeds?

Viji’s response:

Thank you so much for this interview. Fran Lewis

I am honored to welcome author Viji K. Chary as my spotlighted author in this interview. The World of Ink Network will be touring author Viji K. Chary’s children’s picture book, Porcupine’s Seeds published by 4RV Publishing. This is one stop on her exciting tour and road to success.

Just a short taste to entice you to learn more:

About the Book:

Porcupine longs to grow beautiful sunflowers in his garden just like Raccoon. When Raccoon give Porcupine seeds, she says that all they need is soil, sun, and water. But growing sunflowers is not easy for Porcupine.

Get a sneak peak of the book at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aZFuOCkvyA

About the Author:

Viji K. Chary was born in India and immigrated to the United States at the age of two. Her passion for writing stories began in elementary school and has evolved from coaching children in various activities; including gymnastics, classroom activities and creative competitions. Her stories have been published in Highlights for Children, Ladybug Magazine, Hopscotch for Girls and many more.

Questions:

Fran: How did you create your main character of porcupine? Why did you choose to create a story centered on animals rather than young children?

Viji’s response:

Fran: What problem did you create for your character to solve?

Viji’s response:

Fran: What message did you want to convey?

Viji’s response:

Fran: What made you decide to write a picture book?

Viji’s response:

Fran: What type of stories did you submit and get published by the three magazines stated on your bio?

Viji’s response:

Fran: When writing your stories or children’s books do you decide on a specific theme or do you create a story line first and then the theme?

Viji’s response:

Fran: Who or what inspired you in elementary school to write stories? What was the first story you ever wrote?

Viji’s response:

Fran: Why is writing a great outlet for both adults and children to express their feelings and ideas?

Viji’s response:

Fran: How is this a great way for children to take ownership of their words and thoughts and produce something that is individual to each one of them? How do you encourage children to write?

Viji’s response:

Fran: Who is your favorite children’s author and which children’s book is your favorite and why?

Viji’s response:

Fran: What made you write The Porcupine Seeds?

Viji’s response:

Thank you so much for this interview. Fran Lewis

Topic: Since your book is geared to young children and yet everyone can learn a lesson from Porcupine’s determination to succeed: When writing a children’s book do you feel the primary focus should be the action or pictures to capture the child’s interest or the story line and message to teach a lesson and encourage them to read it or both?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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