Last month I asked a few writer friends who have some excellent books out if they’d be interested in appearing on my blog. Eight responded and sent me their latest book, their tagline and a short piece of advice they wanted to pass on. So I’ll be featuring one of these amazing writers each week.
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To kick off the series is CHERYL RAINFIELD. Her newest book is STAINED, and does it sound like a must read. I really loved her cover and these words: “Sometimes YOU have to be your own hero.”
Tagline: Sarah is abducted and must find a way to rescue herself.
Her Advice: Write what you love and what you want to read. Write about things you care deeply about; your work will have more passion and readers will feel it. And read as much as you can, especially in the genre you write in.
- When it sets up a plot complication, but doesn’t resolve it.
- When the story is comedy and you’re not trying to set up reality.
- When you’re trying to make the point that life is more “mysterious and unpredictable” than people can imagine.