What is the worst writing advice you got?
Between plotting, character development, dialogue, scenes which is easiest for you, and which takes a lot of effort?
What is your schedule for writing?
What do you do if you get stumped?
“Get to work. Your work is to keep cranking the flywheel that turns the gears that spin the belt in the engine of belief that keeps you and your desk in midair.” – Annie Dillard, The Writing Life
“If you wait for inspiration to write you’re not a writer, you’re a waiter.” – Dan Poynter
“Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. Great works are performed not by strength, but perseverance.” – Samuel Johnson
Did you or do you make any sacrifices to be a writer?
Did you choose your genre, or did it choose you?
What is the best way you found to market your book?
Did you actively build a network of readers and if so, how?
Are you on the Social Media Highway and if so, do you schedule times to post?
What advice would you like to give new authors that would help them?
Kim and her incredible husband of thirty-plus years have two adult children. She loves the gift of story and is passionate about music and Bible study.
Kimberley Woodhouse has won multiple awards for her
historical novels, which are filled with adventure and romance.
In A Gem of Truth, book two in the SECRETS OF THE CANYON series, Woodhouse plunges readers deep into the recesses of the Grand Canyon in search of a legendary treasure. Themes of honesty, love, and one’s worth regardless of their past are intricately woven together in this captivating historical narrative.