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Luckily, my husband is on board to help, but I like to be with her first thing, make her breakfast and see her off to kindergarten … so the early hours are hit or miss. But mainly it works.
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It generally takes about ten months to a year for me to complete the first draft of my novel. During that year, there will be several more rounds of editing — content editing, line editing, copy editing. So from idea to published novel is about two years. Everything in fiction is autobiographical and nothing is at the same time.
My characters come to me as fully formed people outside of myself and they reveal themselves to me along the way. That said, I believe that good writers are also good observers and have the ability to store away many details.
Perhaps those details get mixed up in the subconscience and come back out again in some new combination. I wrote a couple of blogs that go into my feelings on this subject in greater detail. Most writers will tell you that their first love was reading. And I have been an avid reader since I could read.
I inherited this love from my mother, who always had a pile of books and worked at a library for many years. I have always been a literary omnivore and have been influenced as heavily by popular fiction as by classic literature.
I have read widely across genre. I love a great story and I think that can be found in every area of fiction. One of my first and favorite thrillers was Rebecca by Daphne DuMurier.
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I really loved that idea of the ordinary girl caught in extraordinary circumstances. And it is a theme that has run through my work. Every day, I sit down at my keyboard and try to be a better writer today than I was yesterday. In my years in the industry, I have learned that the author controls very little. The only place I have any say at all is at the keyboard. Here I can choose to dig deeper, work harder, write better.
Each book represents the pinnacle of my abilities at the time of its writing. Each one comes from a very personal place, and I feel deeply connected to each of my characters.
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The house is a mess, and I fed my kids fast food last night. I called in sick to work today! Damn you, Lisa Unger! The best advice I can give aspiring writers is to write every day.
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Dig deeper every day. Be true to yourself. Think of publishing as an incidental element to the act of striving to be the best writer you can be, secondary to getting better every day for your experiences and dedication to the craft. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
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