I try and grab any of the weird ideas floating in my head. If I can get enough for an outline, then that’s the story I’ll write.
3. Writing is considered a dream job by many, but what if you were granted the opportunity for a true, magical ‘dream job’. What would it be and why?
I would have to go with either fairy godmother, because who doesn’t want to grant wishes, or the one who feeds golden carrots to unicorns.
4. You are standing on a stage, addressing a high school auditorium of teenage creative writers. What advice would you impart to them about the craft and the career path of being a writer?
Don’t give up and be prepared to work a second or even third job to support your writing. There are ups and downs to a career in writing, so celebrate every success and don’t dwell on the falls. Write from your heart and your voice will shine!
5. You’re stranded in a snowed in cabin, well stocked up on food, but no internet. What is on your emergency book shelf?
Where to find her:
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3 days ago
I don’t talk enough about how badly I want to see #ownvoices neurodiverse stories out in the world. How badly I want them for my kids. Building this post actually made me start crying. Small thread incoming 🧵 https://t.co/giq3odzNeP
Rebecca F. Kuang @kuangrf
hey fam! i’m hosting an INTERNATIONAL ONLY giveaway for these gorgeous dust jackets by The Literary Culture, a new bookish company based in the Philippines!!! RT and follow them @thelitculture to enter, winner randomly selected in 48 hours, no US or UK entries allowed 🥰🥰🥰 https://t.co/J73bYZHAYv
5 days ago
I can’t champion my local library enough. Pre covid, they hosted breakfast programs, job fairs, and were such a vital community support and during covid they continued to do so much, on top of going in every day and creating individual hold bags for patrons https://t.co/REJp2qF6Dc