Sandrine tagged me. (and now I'm reading a description of her latest book -- oooo la la!)
I signed up to be part of the How Do You Work blog tour.
1) What am I working on right now?
Bonnie and I are working on another m/m historical and it's my turn to write a chapter. This one has scenes set in early 2oth century Paris so that'll take some research. I just searched for old photos of Parisian rooftops. Mmm. Pretty.
2) How does my work differ from others of its genre?
I asked someone what I should say about this. "Your books are better," she said. "Or, no, wait. Maybe you should say it's more character driven."
"More character driven than...?"
"Than whatever they're reading right now."
"They're reading this blog."
"Fine, then stick with 'my books are better.'"
3) Why do I write what I do?
Because it's often a lot of fun and I can't think of anything better to do.
4) How does my writing process work?
I whine a lot, play a game of solitaire, and eventually I write words. Two days a week I go to a cafe and sit across from someone else who's a freelance type. We keep each other from too much websurfing.
Here's a picture of her with an oven mitt. I took it because that day she was wearing two pairs of glasses. I'm not sure why the mitt is there -- and like I said, I took the picture. The phone added it--Barnes and Noble's cafe doesn't have mitts floating in the air. The glasses are just
She's about to stop playing Farmville to work. I'm opening my document and off we go. WORKING.
Most of the time I work on the couch in my house. Here are my coworkers there:
AND NOW !!!!! I've tagged Jamie Schmidt and the often-tagged Anna Bowling.
Learn about Jamie K Schmidt's writing process here. And here's her book that will be out the 27th of May.
Anna's article is here. And here's her cover!!