An interview with the lovely Catherine Miller, author of the wonderful ‘Waiting for You’.
Good morning and welcome. Can I start, as always, by asking you a little about yourself?
Good morning, Jo, and thank you so much for having me over for a quiet cuppa. The calm is very much appreciated as when I’m not writing, I’m a mum to twin toddlers. They turn 3 in July and it’s safe to say my life can be pretty hectic.
Have you always wanted to be a writer? How did your journey begin?
I’ve written stories for pleasure since my teen years, but I trained to be a physiotherapist and worked for the NHS for several years. It was only when illness meant I couldn’t continue in my job that I decided to pursue my writing dream.
What gives you the inspiration for your books?
Waiting for You came about with a dinnertime conversation about the ideal number of children. It inspired a What If?…
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