Seen from afar on a windy beach or along the edge of a cliff, Bianca Ferguson, nee Brendani, resembles a fairy-tale creature, perhaps a wood sprite or a pixie. If you look a little closer, though, you’ll see that the wild blond vision is holding a sketchbook in her hand.
Bianca’s role in my story revolves around her art and her role as a loving aunt. Painting has always been part of her life. Her art flows from her brush as easily as words spill from her mouth. She’s been at… Continue reading
Characters. A necessity for every story. When I starting writing, I tried to learn about the characters as I went along. I also thought I was more of a plotter – so the plot was where I started. That all changed as I grew as a writer and figured out that I was really more of a pantser. At that point, the details of my protagonist’s and antagonist’s lives and personalities became much more important to know earlier.
Like most authors, I strive for an engaging and sympathetic protagonist. One my readers will identify with… Continue reading