Today, I'm participating in a "blog tour."
To tell you the truth, I'm not really sure what that means. Evidently, it's like a blog chain letter.
Devon Winters, the wonderful author of ThePerfect Player: Book One of the Caendorian World and avid blogger, wrote last week and I'm supposed to be writing this week. I'm supposed to answer four questions about my writing process. Being successfully married for ten years now, I've learned to just do what I'm told. So here it goes.
My Writing Process . . . :
As I reported in my last post (long, long ago), my fantasy series Riddle in Stone is ending. The final book, Blood in Snow, should be released in July (fingers crossed!). I might someday return to Riddle and self-publish some additional storied about those characters; however, my agent would like me to start an entirely new series.
Question 3! Why do I write what I do?
I don't know. Honestly!
When I started writing Riddle in Stone, I wasn't trying to write a book. I was just practicing writing. I literally started with this guy walking down a dusty road heading out of town. I had no idea who he was or what he wanted out of life or what would happen to him. I just watched as he walked and wrote down everything I saw. Characters crossed his path. Some stayed. Some left. And things happened. That was my story.
Question 4! Final Question. How does my writing process work?