C. P. Hoff is an author from Alberta whose novel West of Ireland was lsted as one of the Top 100 Indie books of 2020 by Kirkus Reviews! Read on to learn more about this Canadian author.
- Where do you get your inspiration? I’m not sure I can say I get inspired from any one place. It
can be a line in a song or a poem. It might happen on a walk or when I’m drifting off at night.
Inspiration is weird that way. Poetry, though, is probably at the top of my list. It can distil the
most complicated feeling in a few words. Breathe a little life into almost any story.
2.How would you describe your writing style? I try to blend dark humour with a wide array of
picaresque characters. In the process I tiptoe on the edge of believability.
3. Where can your book(s) be purchased? My books can be purchased on Amazon, Kobo, Apple
4. What can we expect from you in the future? Right now I’m working on a story about a little girl
raised by her grandmother after being abandoned at the hospital by her parents. It seems to be the
right match to carry me through Covid. Keeping my imagination sparking and filling my days
with unusual but lovable characters.
C.P. Hoff lives in southern Alberta with her husband, and the child who
has yet to fly the coop. She has written for the local paper, which
might be impressive if she lived in New York, and if anyone read the
local paper. Hoff is presently writing two series.
Her novel, A Town Called Forget, was longlisted for the Stephen Leacock
Medal For Humour.