Tell us about yourself and your books.:
I am an artist, writer, and author of my debut novel The Gods’ Scion: Child of Tempus. As a military child, I have traveled extensively around the US East Coast and Germany, learning about the history, lore, and culture of each region. I have spent the last two years writing and expanding the world of The Gods’ Scion trilogy series. I have a lifelong love of literature and art. As a new writer, I want to create a beautiful fantasy world and with compelling and intriguing characters. I reside in South Carolina and is an undergraduate at the College of Charleston. I love to spread positivity and joy to those around me and look at the world through a glittery pink lens.
Do you have any unusual writing habits?
Yes, I have to write for one hour during the day. Then finish the rest of it during the evening. Usually, while I listen to Kpop and drink hot chocolate or ginger-honey tea.
What authors have influenced you?
Roald Dahl and Lois Lowry. I love The Giver by Lois Lowry. It is my all-time favorite book. I love the way the plot and characters are. The different and creative worlds made in Roald Dahl’s books always drew me in and had me captivated.
Do you have any advice for new authors?
Take your time, edit, edit, edit, and it's okay to start over. It is your book, manuscript, WIP, etc; your baby…always take care of them.
What is the best advice you have ever heard?
You don't have to be perfect for anyone. Just know you're amazing because you aren't perfect.
What are you reading now?
I am reading soft thorns by Bridgett Devoue.
What’s your biggest weakness?
Candy and cartoons. Yes, I know, I am a child
What is your favorite book of all time?
The Giver by Lois Lowry.
What has inspired you and your writing style?
The world around us inspires me. ANother with the people, usually women, in my life.
What are you working on now?
My latest book is the sequel to Child of Tempus; Descendants of Time and Death. I love re-reading this over and over again. It is always a fun surprise when I read it again. This compared to the last book is more drama-filled and thought-provoking.
What is your method for promoting your work?
I usually book word of mouth and social media. Not I have started getting into book blog tours.
What’s next for you as a writer?
More books, and more book series. I literally have enough stories and polts to release one book each year for 10 years.
How well do you work under pressure?
Terribly. I rush and panic. I hate working under pressure.
How do you decide what tone to use with a particular piece of writing?
I try to decide what would best suit the character I would be writing about. How would they react to the tones set in the book/ story?
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