Good Thursday morning! I hope all of you are well and happily writing. As for me, I’m waiting for the final edits of “Beyond One Moment” to come back.
Today’s Throwback Thursday is dedicated to ‘Ghost Lover’. This was the first book I published and still my baby. It’s had 3 covers and hit the bestseller’s list in its first year of release. My writing style has changed so much in six years.
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Good morning! It’s been a while since my last post, but I’ve been super busy getting my latest manuscript finished and sent to my editor. I want to share with you what I’ve learned over the last couple of months while working on my newest project.
1: Write what’s in your heart. Don’t let others tell you what you can and can’t write, all that does is tamp down your inner voice. So, fill your pages with what your heart gives you and trust it.
2. Give your writing all that you have. When you get done writing each day, you should feel drained because you’ve put everything into it, but also feel accomplished because you’ve given your muse free reign.
3. Never write something that doesn’t feel right. If it doesn’t feel right, then it shouldn’t be put on paper. Go with your instinct.
SO, do you write from your heart? That’s what I did with the manuscript I just finished. I’m satisfied with the results, which is surprising because I always have that little doubt with each piece of work. But not this time.