Style. Are you dapper? A slob? A hipster? A jock? A goth? Emo? Shab-chic?
What’s your style? How about writing? Are you a plotter? A pantser? Do you write your favorite scenes first? Last? Do you love description or dialogue? There’s no right or wrong answer. The only way to write wrong is to not write. Here’s some insight you never asked for and couldn’t care less about:
I started and abandoned a dozen novels before I finished my first one, Magician. Were they bad novels
I open every book with a different action beat. This is my favorite scene in the book because it encapsulates the quality of the relationship between Harry and Toni so well. After two books, Toni isn’t watching from the sidelines anymore, she’s applying what Harry has taught her and she’s running with it. She doesn’t have his quiet reserve; she’s wilder than he is, high on adrenaline and the excitement of what they do. Harry’s a little more calculating, or he likes to think s
Congratulations on your acquisition of your new indie author! I’m sure you have many questions, and possibly a bitemark or two already, so let’s delve into the dos and don’ts of indie author guardianship. - Feeding Your indie author feeds almost exclusively on blog posts about publishing, retweets they’re mentioned in, and possibly absurd amounts of alcohol. Make sure you don’t overfeed your indie author, or their head may expand. - Exercise Your indie author needs occasional