Today I am pleased to have Devra Robitaille back with us for another gif interview (check out her first gif interview here)! In case you are new to the site, a gif interview is where the author is only allowed to answer my questions using gifs or pictures. I hope you enjoy it!
Hello Devra Robitaille and welcome back to the blog!
(Beauty and the Beast owned by Walt Disney)
How are you feeling about The Henge finally being out in the wild (aka published)?
(Eureka owned by Universal Studios Home Entertainment)
Why did you decide to publish under the pen name Devra Robitaille?
If you could live anywhere (real or fictional) where would it be?
(Doctor Who owned by BBC Home Entertainment)
What is your reaction when you walk into a new bookstore?
(Angie Tribeca owned by WarnerBrothers)
I’ve heard before that authors are sometimes asked to show ID before you signing their books at a store. What would be your reaction if that happened to you?
What does it look like when you start writing a new idea?
How do you feel when you are editing?
Thank you for visiting the blog, Devra Robitaille. It was such a pleasure to have you!
(Alice in Wonderland owned by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment)
London-born Devra is a composer, songwriter and keyboardist, as well as an author. She had a successful career as a professional musician in England, playing keyboards and touring with Mike Oldfield of Tubular Bells fame, before moving to America in the nineties. All through the nineties she directed musicals and theatrical productions in Los Angeles. Now living in Florida with her family on the Sarasota Bay, she has written several children’s books and several young adult novels.
Devra has always been fascinated by the stone monuments that litter the countryside in England, so her latest book The Henge is a labor of love; combining her love of music with her love of her culture.
About The Henge:
Away to the north of the Noble Village of the Arts there is, buried in a jade lake at the bottom of a quarry, a stone with magical properties. Concinnity Song and her twin brothers, Ballad and Tarron, have to mobilize all the hunter warriors to raise the stone and transport it across the land, and build a Henge to protect it, according to a covenant with the ancestors for the future of civilization.