An interview with C. S. Boyack

This week, I’d like to welcome writer and blogger C. S. Boyack to MartinMatthewsWrites. 

Thanks for inviting me, Martin.

Quite welcome. Before we jump into your new book, Viral Blues, tell us a little about yourself.

I like to tell everyone I grew up in a small town in the 1940s. I’m not actually that old, but my hometown is hundreds of miles from anywhere that resembles a city. People used to ride horses on the city streets when I was a kid.

We used to go out in the country and were a hundred miles from the nearest telephone. Even getting a radio station in the truck was questionable at best. I’m glad I grew up this way, and I have a neat perspective on fending for myself. You can bet I apply that to my characters, too.

We live in Boise, Idaho now, but that isn’t really a big city to most people. We still like to get out in the woods with our camper and two bulldogs.

I’m just glad Idaho is still private. Tell us a little about your latest book, Viral Blues.

Read the rest of the interview here.


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12 responses to “An interview with C. S. Boyack

  1. Martin Matthews

    Delighted to have you over today, Craig. Stop by again soon!

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  2. I left a comet on Martin’s blog, but I’m not sure it took. I can’t believe you grew up in a town where people rode horses down the main roads. I am so jealous!

    Viral Blues is an awesome book (which I told everyone at Martin’s place). I recommend everyone go forth and one-click!

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  3. Hi, Craig! Great Spotlight and Interview! I enjoyed it. Commented and shared! ❤

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  4. I wasn’t able to comment on the original post, Craig. A smashing interview.

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