Are you a panster or a plotter?
I’m a panster, with a little bit of plotter hidden underneath. I write as the characters play out their lives in my head..no matter how crazy they can be.
Do you believe in Writer’s Block? If so, how do you kick its arse?
What book is your comfort read on a bad day? The one you go back to reread over and over.
Archer’s Voice by Mia Sheridan is my goto, feel good read. Really anything by Mia gets my feels going. If I need writing inspiration I hit up an Amy Harmon book and revel in her genius!
Describe your perfect writing space:
For now it’s sitting at my kitchen table…but it would be a Starbucks infused, most comfortable office chair in the world and my ideas would flow freely.
Do you write your title first or story first?
Story and let it determine it’s name
And lastly, write a one or two paragraph flash fiction inspired by the last photo or text you got on your phone:
“Woo Whip,” lights up my phone as a shrill whispered screech pierces the air sending me racing toward the bathroom door. The signature text from my youngest daughter spawn when she needs something while indisposed. A call for help that started when she was first old enough to alone in the bath turned into text lingo when she got her phone.
I tap lightly on the door cause no one and I mean no one is allowed in the restroom while she does her business, it’s a sacred time. My fingers tap lightly on the door, “Mom! Get in here!” She yells. There on the porcelain throne is my twelve year old and with a grumbling growl a gremlin holding a roll of toilet paper races between my legs and out of the room.
“Your pet slowed my roll again!” I laugh, hand her a fresh roll and exit to chase our house Gizmo down before he has time to shred the paper. Unable to locate him, I plop on the sofa where a few second later he appears with his tufty ears and buck toothed grin, offering me the still whole roll as retribution. I pat him on the head and snuggle into his velvet soft fur to watch some Friends reruns.
Just another evening in the Dale residence.
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Billie Dale lives in no-where middle earth. Lost in a small village in the Midwest with four kids, three animals and an amazing, word inspiring book boyfriend worthy husband.
A blogger by nature and a writer because she got tired of arguing with the voices in her head. She loves and lives the words on the page, whether writing them or reading them her life is consumed by the worlds her head creates.
Her greatest wish is that readers will fall in love with her words as much as she loves writing them and as much as she loves reading others. She loves to create new worlds to explore and loves to write words that will take root in you soul.
Paranormal, New Adult, Romantic Comedy, Contemporary — there is not one box she fits in. She’s a rebel in the author world who writes what her head tells her even it jumps from genre to genre.