I’m participating in a special year long blog hop to explain my writing process. I’ve been tagged by the awesome historical fiction author, Piper Huguley. Here are my responses:
Once upon a time, there were two little girls born into two very different worlds. One was from an affluent family who enjoyed summer vacations and regular trips to the orthodontist. Her father was a doctor and her mother was a nurse. She grew up in a nice neighborhood where they owned a great big house with a lovely green yard. When the girl finished high school, she was given a brand new car and her parents sent her away to the college of her choosing, all expenses paid.
Sorry folks, I’m a little late getting started in the YA Indie Carnival. If you’d like to know why I write YA Scifi, please visit my first blog post “Black People Don’t Read Science Fiction.” It’ll give you a good idea of the craziness inside my mind. LOL! Today, I’d like to talk about my journey to becoming an Indie author.
Trisza, I was so excited to see an African-American win in the Paranormal Romance category. I cried along with you at Nationals. Thanks so much for agreeing to interview with me. I’m totally excited.
I am so excited about my upcoming trip to New York. It’s gonna be a fast paced trip but I’m anticipating having so much fun. One of the trip’s highlights will be the FFP Gathering. The theme this year is Superheroes. Last year, I had so much fun dressing up in Steampunk but this superhero costume has been exciting to create. My sister helped me figure out my ensemble. The first thing I did was try and figure out just which superhero I would be…