Patricia, welcome to my blog. Tell us what gave you the nerve to attempt your first novel?
Iâ€™ve written short things most of my life. But I never completed a novel. I got an idea, one time when I was in London, England. I started to write it on the airline trip home. I couldnâ€™t stop until I had completed a 120,000 word novel. Obviously I had a lot to say, and I said it. Of course this will never be published; but, I lost the fear of completing a novel.
Fear of completing a novel…I think we all have that.Â Describe your writing process. (more…)
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Jane, when did you first know you wanted to be an author?
I have always been a writer.Â When I was very young, people would ask me what I wanted to be when I grew up, and I never knew how to answer them because I already was what I wanted to be!Â I believe I wrote my first poems when I was four.
That is so cool. What makes you passionate about writing? (more…)
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