You don’t have to start out writing a series to end up with a series.
That’s the tip I got from Fiona Ingram, who’s over at Finders & Keepers today, discussing her book, The Secret of the Sacred Scarab. Well, technically, she’s discussing the writing of the book, and it’s good stuff.
Fiona started out to write a simple book about two boys and their adventure in Egypt and ended up with a series. How does that happen? I could explain it, but Fiona does a much more eloquent job. So give her a visit, ask her a question or two. She’s a lovely person (really, she’s kinda gorgeous), and quite the interesting writer. Oh, and she self-published her book (and then got a contract from a traditional publisher…how’d that happen?)
Um, I should probably dash over to my other blog and ask Fiona myself! Follow me…cathychall.wordpress.com
I'm going to go check it/her out now!Thanks for the lead.:-)
Very welcome! And then check back here tomorrow…Author Claudine Wolk will be at the old Hall of Fame with a guest post for What Not To Do Wednesday (When It Comes To Publishing Your Book).You'd think with all these splendiferous tips and such, I'd have a published book myself. Guess I'm going to have to break down and actually write a book. That would seem like a logical first step!