This interview is another of Idaho Writers Update’s monthly series profiling Idaho authors.
Patricia Marcantonio truly is an eclectic kind of writer.
She’s written Victorian mysteries, a courtroom drama, a graphic novel, a children’s book, and been featured in a horror anthology, among other subjects.
She’s just finishing up a romance novel and a horror mystery. She also writes plays and screenplays.
I just love storytelling no matter what form it may take.
Do you have a writing routine? Where and when do you write?
I usually write in the afternoon after exercising. But I’ve been watching my granddaughter during her online school sessions, so I’ve been writing in the morning as well. If my husband watches football, I’ll also write then. I have an office, which is quiet. Unlike some writers, I can’t write with music playing.