This morning Rachel Dunning shares how she copes with writers block and her advice for aspiring authors! Read on to check out more.
I'm up to my ears in promoting my current book, Debt. I've never spent this long promoting a single story. Usually I just write and publish, write and publish, write... But I wanted to see what happens if I put the thing up for pre-order about seven gazillion years before it's released. (It's not that long. It'll be released end of March.)
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How do you cope with writers block?
I just keep writing. No matter what happens, no matter what gets in the way, I just write and somehow I get through it.
What's your favourite food to snack on whilst writing?
It's not food, it's coffee. I tend to go hungry when I'm writing and only realize when my stomach's rumbling that I haven't eaten...
In 140 characters tell readers why we should your book?
"He is magnetic and an Alpha to his core" - ☆☆☆☆☆ Review
"The Debt Collector is sexy as sin and the ultimate Alpha male!!" ☆☆☆☆☆ Review
Are you currently reading anything at the moment? Are you enjoying it?
Err, yeah, it's a bit of a drought right now. But that's more likely because I just haven't had time to sit down and read for a while :)
Do you have any advice for aspiring authors?
Just keep writing, keep publishing. Most importantly, keep learning the market. Never give up. Ever. You might be doing something wrong, but the wrongest thing you could do is stop writing.
What do you have in store for readers in the future?
At this stage, I'm not entirely certain. I'd like to see where DEBT goes, and decide from there. I've always got a ton of stories in my head. But I like to wait and see what people like before publishing one.
What do you think of the Q&A? Have you read Debt?