K.J. Backer’s unicorns make an apt analogy of the emotions many young adults are wrought with compared to many people’s initial perception of the mythical animals.
K.J. Backer: “Ultimately, you just have to write [your book]. Don’t get hung up on a lot of worries and steps that will come later. The first step is literally writing the words.”
Lee Bacon: When I was younger, I never dreamed I’d be able to make a living as a writer. I just sort of assumed I’d be a person who worked some kind of office job and then wrote in my free time.
My summer reading has begun with some fun and sobering books to start off. As the sun blazes outside and my AC is cranked in the car, I am so grateful for my audible picks to distract me from the 2 hours driving in the car. Where would I be without my audio books?
AMA: Indie authors can have it rough. But, what do you enjoy most about independent publishing?
JW: In these few areas, self-publishing is a bit easier, but I prefer traditionally published…