Tuesday, March 12, 2019


  • Do you have a set schedule for writing, or are you one of those who write only when they feel inspired?

Outside of work, I have to feel inspired to write. For me, it can't be forced.

  • How hard was it to sit down and actually start writing something?

For this children's book, it wasn't hard at all. The thoughts and the messages I wanted to convey came easily.

  • Do you aim to complete a set number of pages or words each day?

No. In the future I don't think I would put this kind of pressure on myself if I decide to write a long novel. I think without the restrictions, things come easier.

  • Writers are often associated with loner tendencies;is there any truth to that?

Possibly. I think you can definitely end up in your head as a writer, which sometimes isolates you from other people.

  • Do you think writers have a normal life like others?

Yes. I don't think that a writer's life is that much different than anybody else's. Although there are of course different stressors and things you have to worry about, such as people connecting with your work.

  • Do you set a plot or prefer going wherever an idea takes you?

I like to go wherever an idea takes me, and then come back and look at everything that I have written down.

  • What, according to you, is the hardest thing about writing?

Connecting all of your streams of thoughts together to make everything seamless and cohesive.

  • What would you say is the easiest aspect of writing?

Being able to freely express yourself.

  • Have you ever experienced "Writer's Block"? How long do they usually last?

Yes. It can range from hours to days.

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