Fiona: When did you first consider yourself a writer?
MO: I guess I started to consider myself a writer when I launched my blog Debatably Dateable. Before that I wasn’t consistently sharing my work and had actually tried to stop writing a few times.
Fiona: What inspired you to write your first book?
MO: All the positive feedback I was receiving from my blog really encouraged me to put a collection together. I wanted the collection to tell a cohesive story and was inspired deeply by love and love lost. Love poems are really a cornerstone of my writing but I’ve been evolving into various topics.
Fiona: How did you come up with the title of your new book?
MO: The book Where I Ache focuses on depression, self esteem, grief, and self love and there’s a lot of mental and physical pain here. The chapters refer to different parts of the body (head, heart, spine) focusing on different parts of where the speaker is aching.
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Thanks so much for the interview Fiona!
looking forward to reading so much more of your writing, particularly the poetry 🙂
I appreciate how you talk about having poems with titles and NOT rhyming. You have a fresh style that invites the reader to digest and think at new levels. Love your end of the year goals too! With support, Christina