I’ve never done a blog hope like this before, but it looks like fun, so let’s give this a go! Basically I tell people about what I’ve been doing recently and how and why I do it. So, here goes:
Question 1 (deep breath) What am I working on? Right now I have a ton of open WIP’s, but am working extra hard on a secret project and finishing up A Dragon’s Heart I am co authoring with Jana Leigh that releases in a couple weeks. I’m so excited! It’s my first ever dragon book, and having the opportunity to write with the fabulously famous Jana Leigh is such an honor!
Question 2. How does my work differ from others of its genre? I write a lot of different genres, but I think and see things differently. Blame it on me being left handed, or just that I am odd (hehe), but I can read a book and turn around and write it totally different using the same plot line.
Question 3. Why do I write what I do? I love allowing my imagination run wild. Whether it be in my military series, shifters, or fairy tales, the sky is the limit. There are no barriers and I refuse to limit what I will and won’t do. In my shifter series, I incorporate shifters of all types, vampires, witches, angels, fairies… you name it, it’ll probably end up in there at one point or another.
Question 4 (nearly there) How does my writing process work? I have an unorganized organizational process lol. Usually it starts with a notebook with notes scratched in all directions and sizes that eventually end up in random notes to add in at the bottom of my WIP that I erase as I use them. I also add in words or phrases I think of, and any ideas I might have while writing. That way, they are right there for me to see and use when the time is right.
So, that’s it I guess. I hope you’ve learned a little bit about me. (If you haven’t don’t worry–you’re not the only one).
I’d like to thank Jess Buffett for inviting me to this hop!
Here are some others who have participated!
Michelle Rae and LV Lloyd
Next week you can hop over to these lovely people who were only too happy for me to twist their arm (I mean ask).