Why you should say NO! to “write what you know”, that age old piece of advice.
Here I talk about inspiration, character development and future work. And proof that two people who aren’t friends and family liked my book! I had so much fun with Dame Leslie & Sir Blackwood talking King Arthur. If you’re a fan of the myths, I would urge you to subscirbe on libsyn or on iTunes.You can also listen here on Itunes.
AKA. STOP PINNING THOSE BLOODY THINGS ON PINTEREST!! e.g. these horrific things on my newsfeed:
A question a lot of writers get asked is “If your book was a movie, who would play…” etc. And most writers have an answer to hand since we often compare the appearance of our characters to actors and actresses when writing characters. And any author that tells you they’ve never thought of it, they’re lying. Like me, they’re probably sitting by the phone of an evening waiting for Spielberg’s phone call. Personally, I see The Forgotten Sister as a TV show, with the sprawling storylines and vividness of Game of Thrones, mixed with the fun, punchy writing of something like Reign. But if The Forgotten Sister ever graced the big screen, here’s my dream cast, writers, director, costume designer and locations.
Here are the answers to the questions about King Arthur you didn’t know you wanted to ask, but Google said you did.