The first book I wrote was a zombie survival tale. I was writing it just as Newtown happened. So I never expected to write a book about a zombie apocalypse that included an anti-gun sentiment at its core.
Wow. Would you write another zombie book?
COVID-19 in WIP #3. I started writing it before the pandemic hit, so I definitely wasn’t expecting to write a pandemic, but the book is inspired by the Trump administration so leaving out the administration’s worst damage wasn’t an option.
Sounds like a sequel to a prequel to another sequel. So much to write.
A love triangle that turns bad and leaves the love interest in the brother's arms
I wasn’t expecting my debut novel to become a full length story. It started off originally as a short story.
That’s awesome. Amazing how an idea can spark a longer and in depth story.
That makes me feel better. I'm always hearing "too many povs confuses the reader" and I wonder if I need to rewrite. Mine has 11, and some of them only get one chapter but that's all they need. It also switches between first and third person.
I have spread out there intros. That was one thing I think was confusing because I threw them right at you. But I have fixed that.