Oof! Where am I? Huh, Creative Novels? Never heard of – wait. Don’t tell me God reincarnated me again even though I, Reinst / Lyra, explicitly told him not to. Living two lives were a pain already and now a third (╯°□°）╯︵ ┻━┻ …Oh, well. I’ll be off now. Hmm? Why are you following me? Go away. Oh, you want to find out what I did in my past lives? Here take this: https://creativenovels.com/novel/i-didnt-even-want-to-live-but-god-forced-me-to-reincarnate/. Apparently, somebody called LynneSuzuran wrote about my lives. Don’t know why someone would do that though… she sounds creepy. For some reason, it feels like she’s monitoring my inner thoughts accurately! *shivers* Why are you still here? Shoo! Just read it and let me rest in peace (◞･౪･)!
Please give a warm welcome to LynneSuzuran. She will be our latest author, releasing the fantasy, comedy-drama, “I Didn’t Even Want to Live, But God Forced Me to Reincarnate!”
Interviewed by George Bakerson, Marketing.
Q: Welcome, Lynne! It’s a pleasure to interview you today. First of all, mind telling the audience about yourself?
A: Meow, meow! Eh, it has started?! *ahem* Greetings, everyone! It’s nice to meet you, I’m LynneSuzuran, an avid reader of novels and a budding author. My hobbies are sleeping, eating, playing games, listening to music, reading books, watching anime or films, daydreaming, and writing (of course)~!
Q: Wow. That’s a lot of hobbies. How do you even get the time to write?
A: Nice question *cries*. Since my imagination is always active to create different kind of stories, all I have to do is to write them down when I have the time. At first I simply wrote whenever I got the time to, but since I’ve gained readers who commented on how they’re looking forward to my story, I got motivated and now, I have a stable release schedule. To keep up with it, I have to put writing before other hobbies like playing games, especially when I feel like I haven’t written enough chapters in advance.
Q: That’s good. Obviously we’re here for your writing. Give us a brief summary of the plot.
A: A duke’s daughter wanted nothing in her life but the sweet nothingness of death, as she felt like her life served no purpose. Her wish was granted when she was killed in an unfortunate accident, yet in a sudden turn of events, she was forced to reincarnate.
As fate has it, she was reborn in her original world, but not directly after her death. As she is living her new life, she tries to forget the pain of her old life. But, what exactly is behind her reincarnation? Will she be able to live her new life to the fullest?
Note that her original world is not the earth, but rather, a fantasy world with swords and magic and—
Q: Woah, woah, woah. You’re going to take up all the interview time at this rate. Ten words or less, please.
A: ໒( •́ ∧ •̀ )७ Okay, so this is about… A reincarnated girl’s journey to find out the meaning of her life and reincarnation.
Q: That’s not less than ten wo- nevermind. Even though I cut you off short there, we can see that you have plenty of ideas for your novel. What inspired you?
A: My love for reincarnation-themed novels! After reading lots of reincarnation-themed novels (especially Japanese novels), I started to think of a few “what ifs”, like: what if the protagonist was originally from a fantasy world and was reincarnated to the same world? What if the protagonist could meet her past self’s family members and friends? And etc xD
Q: Have you developed a certain quirk or habit when you write?
A: No, I definitely have never googled words that I suddenly became unsure of its spelling and meaning, even as a non-native English speaker. Yeah, that’s definitely not me. *hides in a corner*
Q: Did you have any difficulties when writing?
A: Of course, I think every author is bound to face some difficulties like writer’s block or bad mood. They will surely hinder the writing process. So I would try to calm myself and do my other hobbies–then I would take a glance to my readers’ supportive comments to perk my motivation to write!
Q: Tell us a joke.
A: My life. (」゜ロ゜)」
That’s it for the interview. Thank you again for joining us and we hope your new novel is a success