Monday, March 22, 2010


It is with great pleasure to interview Author James F. Weinsier.

Author of:     "WHERE DO WE GO?"

Genre:             Lyrical Children's Fiction/Children's Wellness/Parenting Resource


Geri:        What has inspired you the most to write?

James:     The desire to give memorable, everlasting gifts to those special people in
                    my life.

Geri:           Who is your favorite author?

James:       Shel Silverstein, and Dave Barry. I'll give you the bonus of why? I don't
                     do very much recreational reading. Both of these authors are humorists,
                     and quick reads.

Geri:            Do you have any current work in progress?

James:        Frankly, finances have a few projects on hold, while we promote
                      WHERE DO WE GO? I am working on a complimentary coloring
                      book that will companion WHERE DO WE GO? An adult version of
                      WHERE DO WE GO? An ecology motivated children's book, WHAT
                      CAN I DO? Possibly, WHAT CAN WE DO? Also, I have several others
                      in the conceptual stage, and HOW TO BECOME AN ANGEL. I'm working
                      with my daughter, who is writing educational screen plays, TV shows.

Geri:              What were your favorite books as a child?

James:          I don't do a lot of recreational reading. Today, it's a result of a lack of
                        time. As a child, in the 1940s and 1950s, as soon as the school bell
                        rang, it was summer and that meant sports. Any sport, whatever the
                        season, we were outside playing. Thus, from my limited experience,
                        I enjoyed 'Charlottes Web' as a tot, and 'Alice In Wonderland.' Also,
                        'The Wizard Of Oz' as I got older. Books leave a lot to the imagination.

Geri:             In your opinion, which genre would be best for the movie screen?

James:         I like any well written, and performed film from action movies to chick
                       flicks. While I cheer the action heroes, I'm not embarrassed to cry.

Geri:              Thank you very much for your time. I wish you much success with
                        your writing.

James:          You're welcome.

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