I’m welcoming Kira Adams to the blog today!
Do you argue with your characters? If so, who wins most frequently?
All the time! They always win. They make their own choices, I just write… 😉
What makes a story interesting to you to write? How about to read?
The fact that it is relate-able. The fact that I can actually picture the situation playing out in my head. That goes for both writing and reading.
How do you escape writer’s block?
By stepping away and doing something else. I’m a very creative person so maybe listening to music or watching a movie.
What’s the best writing advice you’ve ever received?
To just keep writing. You can only get better with time.
What’s your writing fuel?
Reviews. When I see that people understood and enjoyed what I have put out there before.
The best joke you ever heard:
I told my wife she was drawing her eyebrows too high. She looked surprised. – Yes, I did look that up. Hehe.
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Social Media Links-
My Forever: http://www.amazon.com/My-Forever-Infinite-Love-Book-ebook/dp/B00KF4TK6Q
Beautifully Broken: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KTDGLTW
Pieces of Me: http://www.amazon.com/Pieces-Me-Foundation-Novel-Book/dp/1500696153
The Fighter: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00OGMF12A
Synopsis for The Fighter:
Junior year was supposed to be some of the best times of his life. Instead, Jace Austin lost not only his mother, but also his identical twin brother. After time to heal and grieve, Jace was able to confront his inner demons, and open himself up to love.
Senior year is shaping up to be more of the same; another day, another roller coaster. His father believes Jace is to blame for the deaths in their family; drinking himself numb. He can’t play the hero all the time, and one day soon Jace is going to come face to face with that reality—and let’s face it, it won’t be pretty.
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