I have so many life experiences now that I didn’t have when I was 18 or 28 or 38. I’m never going to run out of material and can be choosy in what I decide to write about so that it’s the best, most original, most memorable thing I can make it. And it’s all because of those decades of life experience.
Renee Rosen's novel Dollface was an Editor's Choice in February's Historical Novels Review. I also reviewd Dollface in last week's blog and it's a delight to share some of Renee's experiences and advice this week.
Bestselling author Lisa See talks about her busy writing and non-writing life, how she was inspired to write her first thriller, the importance of research, and dishes out great advice to aspiring writers.
David Wong, creator of the ground-breaking graphic novel Escape to Gold Mountain talks about arm-wrestling with his editor, the Chinese connection with First Nations people, and what he wishes he had known before starting this project.