Serena, what gave you the nerve to attempt your first novel?
I have loved writing for as long as I can remember.Â I have always had a desire to publish a book, but never thought it was a real possibility.Â After my mom, Linda Weaver Clarke, became a published author, she inspired me to get my book published.
That is so good. Please describe your writing process.
My process is not very organized!Â I usually sketch up an outline, but I don’t always know where my story will lead me until I get there.Â I usually begin with a single idea or a scene and then have to decide how I got there and what is going to happen next.
I think most of us do. Where you do your best work?
My favorite place to work is when I am out in nature.Â Nature is (more…)
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Leigh A. Goff how has your family background affected your writing:
In Disenchanted, Sophie’s quirky Aunt Janie is a witch with clairvoyant abilities–she can see the future in exotic tea leaves and special fortunetelling cards. Her talent was inspired by my mother’s clairvoyant gift. My first experience with her sixth sense was when I was five-years-old and she saw in my tea leaves that I would (more…)
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