She Lost Her Muse by June Rollins, an artist with signature membership in the Southern Watercolor Society and Watercolor Society of NC.
Her twenty years experience writing narrative essays shines through in her lively writing style and her colorful characters’ intricately woven lives. She has been published in Watercolor Artist and is a regular contributor for Yadkin Valley Magazine. June lives in the North Georgia Mountains with her husband, Reverend Robert Rollins, Jr., who is nothing at all like Pastor Wayne. She Lost Her Muse is book one of The Maypole Artists series and her debut novel.
This is her interview:
What is your book about?
Why did you want to write this book?
Over the past twenty years of offering painting workshops to adults, the one common trait I’ve observed in others is self-doubt and fear. I can relate, because that’s my story too. I wanted to be an artist in high school and college. Both times I chose other options and kept my dream inside. In 1999 during the Y2K Scare, I thought if the world was going to end, I at least wanted to take a watercolor class. I registered for a ten-week course and have been painting since.
What do you hope other people will take away from reading your book?
What’s the best writing advice you ever received?
The process in Writing Down the Bones by Natalie Goldberg has helped me the most.
What do you do when you are not writing?
What’s next for you?
How can our readers get a copy of your book?
What is the best way for our readers to connect with you?
By signing up to be on my email list on my website, https://junerollins.com. You will receive chapter one of She Lost Her Muse for free and can connect with me via email.