Ultimate YA: Interview with Kat Rosenfield (Part... →
pinkindiaink: theultimateyareadinggroup: 1. What is your favorite thing about writing fiction? Least favorite? Writing fiction is an incredible challenge in that you’ve got to make it real — the story, the characters, the world they move around in. That’s what I like best about it. It’s both terrifying and wonderful to have all that responsibility, and all that freedom, to build a convincing...
I avoid looking down at my body, not so much because it’s shameful or immodest...– Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale (via wordslikewhiteelephants)
bryanbliss: Writing a synopsis is like meeting a person for the first time and immediately saying, “Wow, I can already see our kids—they’re going to look great.” Awkward. And yet, here I am.
Home No. 5: Advice. →
jamiatt: A talented young writer emailed me and asked me what kind of expectations she should have for her first novel, which is soon to be published. I replied: I think it’s best not to have expectations with your first book beyond the following: 1. You wrote a book and you sold it and they are…