Monday, September 15, 2008

Video Interview!

While at the RWA conference in San Francisco, I was interviewed by the lovely Morgan Doremus for Romantic Times BOOKreviews. That interview has now gone live (in four parts).

I've embedded one of the segments below - where I talk about my writing process, particularly in relation to Slave to Sensation, but you can see the other three parts, as well as interviews with a number of other authors, on the Romantic Times website. :)


p.s. See - I don't have an accent!

14 comments :

orannia said...

Nalini - you sound so lovely! And I can't believe you wrote STS to quickly! (Lucky us :)

Thank you so much - I'm looking forward to watching the other segments!

orannia

PS And I agree, you don't have an accent :)

little alys said...

OMG! This is awesome! You're awesome! I seriously heart ya. SF was one of the happiest times ever. Cannot wait until next year. :D

I really enjoy the books too, so keep it going. ;)

Accent? What accent? I don't have an accent either, ya know. ^_~

Jennifer A. Ray said...

Nice interview! I'm headed over to see the other segments...

I always enjoy hearing 'behind the scenes' stories from authors.

:-)

Willa said...

That was sooo interesting - it's always great to hear the author's 'other voice' !

Jae said...

That was amazing! I'm so glad you did the interview, I enjoyed it so much!

Bridget Locke said...

Wow...you write so fast! I'm jealous. LOL!

And you do have an accent but it's lovely. :) I've always loved the NZ accent. My very first boyfriend lived in NZ for oh...3 years and had picked it up while living there. Anytime I hear someone talk w/ the accent, it makes me feel happy. :)


And I'm going to go to bed now. I've had a killer migraine all day, so it's off to bed I go. Great segments, by the way. :)

SharBee said...

Great interview Nalini
and not a trace of an accent!

Nalini Singh said...

Orannia & Bridget - that three weeks was the first draft only. Don't want you all thinking I can write an entire book that way!! I then edited and edited. But I have to say, StS was truly a book that it felt just magic to write. :)

Alice - I heart you back! I've got your leopard sitting right where I see him every day :) Maybe he needs to make a blog appearance hmmm...

Jennifer - me too! I went and watched all the Christine Feehan videos. She's such a great lady.

Willa - glad you enjoyed it! I always think my voice sounds nothing like what I think it sounds like LOL

Jae - thanks! I'm going to let Morgan know that people are enjoying the videos - she was such a great interviewer.

Sharbee - I knew you'd agree with me! ;)

Anonymous said...

Hearing Nalini Singhs voice...- Great; I really love the internet! (That`s my highlight for today!)

Accent? - I heard none (At least as a english-layman).

~Eva

Barbarita V said...

You have a really nice voice. It is so nice to be able to put a face and the voice together.
3 weeks? Wow!

Daphne said...

Aw Nalini, you're so sweet. I feel like I wanna hug you after watching that, lol!

Allison(s)Reads said...

Hi Nalini, what great segments! Your lovely personality came through so clearly, and it was a real pleasure to watch. Excellent job :)

Jackie said...

Your kindness comes out in your writing and is confirmed in hearing your lovely voice.

Ana said...

OK, I am way late but I had to comment: Nalini , you are too cute! Love the way you express your passion for your StS! amazing , thanks for sharing.