How Did You Know You Wanted To Be An Author? I became a book lover in kindergarten, when I first opened the pages of “Goosebumps” by R.L. Stine. As I grew, I delved into the magical worlds of Rowling and Tolkien. Eventually, I found my passion for reading stories that deal with the darkness of the human psyche in works by King, Poe, and Zafón. I began my writing career writing screenplays. After I fell out of love with the film industry, I decided to try my hand in writing my first mystery thriller novel, “The Loop.” And here we are.
What Is Your Advice For Aspiring Authors? Writing a book is like building a Victorian manor. Pour the foundation first. Know your characters as well as you know yourself. Immerse yourself in the landscape you’re building your manor upon. Visualize its walls, roof, and property lines. Begin by building the framework; construct the bones. Lay each brick into place. Be patient. This will take time. Without every single brick, your manor will have holes. When your manor is ready to be lived in, your story is complete… perfectly imperfect.
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