Name: Morality for Atheists
Author: Mary Louise Adams
Hi, I’m Mary-Louise Adams. Sometimes I write stuff down and sometimes it makes people laugh. My life goals include getting a bigger place so I can adopt two Great Pyrenees or Bernese Mountain puppies (aww, puppies!) and getting over my fear of pigeons. Thank you.
- What would you say was the most fun about writing this book?
Finishing it! I tend to procrastinate so I really had to force myself to sit down and write the darn thing.
- What are you working on right now?
I am throwing some ideas back and forth with my editor for a second book on atheism but that’s all I can say about right now.
- What genre are your books?
Non fiction/ Humor
- What draws you to this genre?
I love having serious philosophical debates with people but I also am known as the joker among my friends. It was natural that any book I was going to write would turn out to be a bit silly.
- What is your favorite color?
Hmm, that is a tough one. Let’s go with green.
- What is your favorite food?
I love me some dessert especially bread and butter pudding.
- Are you a cat or dog person? Why?
Dogs! I love them and wish my apartment was big enough so I could adopt one or a hundred of my own.
- How are you published (*i.e. indie, traditional, or both) and why?
Indie and proud!
- Do you have any amusing stories from your adventures in the writing world?
My writing process isn’t exciting at all. I just locked myself away in a room and wrote.
- What is your favorite motivational phrase?
Don’t have one.
- What is your favorite book and why?
The Abhorsen series by Garth Nix always puts a smile on my fierce. I love reading about strong female characters.
- What advice would you give to your younger self?
Don’t worry about what anyone else thinks, just enjoy yourself and relax.
- To end: Give us three Good to Know things about you. Be creative.
I’m terrified of pigeons. Seriously, they are evil.
I love to bake. Anything you want, I’ll bake it for you.
I taught myself how to do a headstand just last week. I still haven’t stopped grinning about it.