Episode is an application that has given many writers a field to write their stories and to direct it as well. Everyone can read, write and direct their stories with this application. You can also find your Genres and read the stories from there. It is very well categorized with its stories.
Today in Interview Zone I have writer/director E.Walker whose rose to fame with her first story CSI. She’s an American and she specializes in thriller stories though she is very young, she writes very well and she is the sweetest person I have ever spoken to. So without further delay I will post the interview with her.
Moni: Hello Miss Walker welcome to Interview Zone. So here I will go with my first question. You technically writer on thriller. Why so?
Walker: Well, I write so because I have so many ideas in my head about them and just keeping them there is horrible. I like to express my ideas and that’s why I began writing.
Moni: Interesting answer. Apart from episode where else do you write? Do you own a blog?
Walker: I do not write on anything but Episode. I am trying to get into Wattpad but I don’t know yet.
Moni: Which novelists do you admire?
Walker: I don’t really look up to any novelist.
Moni: Well, ummm, that’s pretty impressive. So apart from writing what do you do? What are your hobbies?
Walker: My hobbies are playing violin(nerdy but who cares) and I do sports such as soccer and track.
Moni: I don’t think it’s nerdy. I personally would like to learn violin someday. Reader’s love your stories, your work so have you ever thought of publishing your own novel?
Walker: I have thought about publishing a novel but I believe I’m too young as of right now. A friend and I are writing a story but it is nearly impossible that we will ever publish it.
Moni: Someday you will definitely. Have you always wanted to be a writer?
Walker: No actually. I always and still do want to be an FBI agent. That’s what inspired my first story CSI.
Moni: Okay, what are your upcoming works?
Walker: Some of my upcoming works are a winter break story with a terrible twist and a story about a new town being plagued with murders.
Moni: Final question (promise!): do you have any advice for the yet-to-be-published writers reading this?
Walker: Yes, it does not matter how many readers or views you get. But also don’t give up on your story. Make it advanced, don’t make it simple. Simple is boring. Thinking of new ideas, not ones from other authors. Be original.
Moni: That’s all for today Thank you so much Walker for this lovely interview.
Walker: You’re welcome dear.
P.S Miss Walker did not want us to use her real image so we used her anime.
So readers, this was Miss Walker’s interview. See you soon.