Natural talent is great, but it's no replacement for hard work, discipline, and practice. Really, truly, hilariously bad. It was so much fun turning that trope on its head. It's been a whirlwind year since your first book released. What is the most exciting thing that has happened to you since the release of your first novel? Once that world was established, though, I wanted to explore more of it, and the structure I'd set for the retelling wouldn't let me do that.
Fun—until writer's block struck. For ten solid months I couldn't write a thing. It was painful. And it didn't end in a day. Writing, just like swordsmanship, is both an art and a craft, and like any craft you have to practice it. Falling out of the habit means a lot of hard work and discipline to get back into it. I'm still not totally free of writer's block, but I was able to finish the third book in the Heartstone saga in spite of it, and that felt incredible.
What does a writing day look like for you? Willingly or unwillingly, my day usually starts around am with a trip to the gym, where the plot bunnies and character rabbits and other literary woodland creatures start running sleepy circles inside my head. Then it's breakfast, an hour or so of writing or sometimes staring blankly at the screen in despair until I have to go to work. After work I try to snatch another hour or two of writing before passing out.
Your bio mentions your yearning to travel the world.
What are your top three picks, and why? Goodness gracious, where to begin?
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