So, yesterday I wrote about how I’m the odd-one-out with my women’s fiction genre in my cross-promo group.
However, my book is featured with several other talented authors in a somewhat similar genre on Joynell Schultz’s blog. Check it out, with more discussion about how long it takes to write a novel.
The question I’ve been asking all week, “How long did it take you to write your most recent book(s)?” My official answer to that question is this:
I wrote Love, Lies, & Clones in 8 or 9 months, but I was also working on two other novels in that time that will come out in 2017 (“Blood & Holy Water” and “Superhero Wives”). I get tired of one project and need something else to take my mind off of it, so I can come back with a fresh eye.
But how long should it take me? What if I want to keep my “fans” happy?
I’ve been overhearing that the best way to have people…
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