My first guest post of the year 🙂
Today I welcome guest Alex Laybourne a prolific horror novelist (four novels published). Alex discusses the difficulties authors have nailing down how they write their novels. He has some interesting insights. Over to you Alex.
As a writer, one of the most common questions you will get asked, besides the insulting and impossible to answer to any degree of satisfaction question of, How many books have you sold, is undoubtedly going to be something directed at the way in which you approach the task at hand.
How do you write your novels?
Do you always know how your book is going to go?
How much preparation do you do for your characters?
Do these sound familiar?
These questions, while interesting to hear, because it means that the person you are talking to is interested in the process rather than the success, are often the hardest…
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