Q: How much research do you do for your writing?
But that’s a novel. I wrote a short story on Kurt Cobain that was entered into a contest. This one took me a few hours of research. This mostly consisted of heroin, suicide and Cobain’s relationship struggles.
FYI - If anyone ever say my complete Google search history, I think they would be scared!
Q: Did you make any marketing mistakes or is there anything you would avoid in future?
While you want to make sure that whatever you’re marketing gets to the most people, you need to be aware of other people’s time. No one wants to have to sift through a ton of your promotions while trying to manage their own or catch up on social media. This will result in losing followers, and people will not longer see your tweets, or have as much interest in whatever it is you are marketing.
Q: What is the hardest thing about writing?
However, since I have finished the first draft of my first full novel, I have discovered that the hardest part about writing is rewriting. Tearing your precious story to shreds. But it needs to be done. Sometimes I sit here and shake my head while trying to edit my story. It’s. Hard. But worth it, all of it is.
Q: Where do you see publishing going in the future?
Q: Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Q: If you could be any one of your characters, who would it be and why?
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