Author: Cassandra Penticoff

Author: Cassandra Penticoff
May 14, 2018 No Comments » Author Interviews, Interviews Kat Avila

Today’s interview is with Cassandra Penticoff.

Owner of A Novel Connection. Fiction author. Part time preschool substitute. C. Penticoff lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and two young children. When she isn’t writing, she is working her business, A Novel Connection, in hopes of helping to #SupportIndieAuthors.


Q: What is the current book you are promoting?

A: Book 1 of the Chronicles of Folklaria, which is titled, Weathering the Wicked.

Q: What inspired this book?

A: What inspired this book is the book written by James Redfield, which is called, The Celestine Prophecy. If you have ever read the Celestine Prophecy and loved it, then you will love Weathering the Wicked. The strong message of a progressive approach to spirituality exists in both books.

Q: Dessert: cake or pie and why?

A: PIE! I can’t stand cake. It’s too artificially sweet. Cake tastes fake to me. With pie, you at least have some of the natural taste from the fruit.

Q: What is one place you would like to visit and why?

A: One place I want to visit is Disney World. I have been to Disney Land twice and I absolutely LOVE it. I’m kind of a freakishly big Disney fan.

Q: What one person from history would you like to meet and why?

A: This is so easy. I would want to meet FDR (Franklin D. Roosevelt). Outside of reading and writing, I’m a political activist. FDR is a hero to me because of his uncorrupted presidency and his determination to do what is right for the American people, which is something that we do not see from many politicians anymore, unfortunately.

Q: If there was one thing you could do to change the world, what would it be?

A: If I could do one thing to change the world, I would make sure that everyone, no matter who you are, would have an equal opportunity at a life of freedom, liberty, and happiness.

Q: What is one great lesson you have learned as a writer?

A: Expect rejection. I learned that I may as well welcome rejection. Rejection is hard, but one thing I tell myself every time I hear a “No,” is that I am one “No” closer to a “Yes.”

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Kat Avila Katheryn is a programmer by day, writer by night. A lover of all things supernatural and helpless romantic at heart, she spends most of her writing time coming up with stories that incorporate at least one of the two. So far, she’s only published one book and a few short stories, but she intends to publish more work in the future. She lives with her boyfriend, Eric, and her puppy, Ada.

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