As my first draft wore on and evolved in countless redrafts, I began to develop new plots and character motivations for different stories. It was an escape from thinking about the novel that stole two years of my focus. Soon, everything became a story. An interesting character on my commuteContinue Reading

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write, what you know

There’s a writing myth, particularly in fiction, that says a writer should stick to an area of expertise. After all, if you’ve never experienced a situation what gives you the right to write a bestselling novel about said subject? Every author should write what they know! Who the hell areContinue Reading