What first motivated you to write a book?
I’ve wanted to since grade school I just could never get a whole story out. NaNoWriMo kind of helped push me to finishe a story.
What did you find to be the biggest challenge about the writing process?
The editing part was hardest for me. It was relatively easing getting everything typed out but it was painfully tedious going back and trying to fix things
If you could offer an aspiring author any piece of advice, what would it be?
Go for it. Even if you think it’s crap. I still kinda think my stuff is crap but someone obviously liked I so you never know what other people are going to think of your work.
Tell us a little bit about your book…who should read it and why.
I think it’s definitely targeted to people who enjoy fantasy writing, and romance. I’d most recommend it to people who enjoy Norse myths (especially Loki) to check it out since it is centered around them.
Why did you chose to write in this genre?
Fantasy and romance have been two genres I’ve always loved reading myself especially when they are smushed together so I wrote what I liked to read I guess.
Has writing and completing a book been the experience you thought it would be?
It’s been a lot easier than I thought it would be, which I don’t think is the normal experience so I feel bad saying that I just slipped into it and everything fell into place.
What has been the biggest surprise so far in your author journey?
Winning the Wrimos accelerator contest. I entered because I was bored and had no intention if winning at all it was one of the biggest shocks I’ve ever received. Still can’t believe it really.
Will you write another book?
I have a lot of stories in my head and I have a sequel to the book I published sitting in my brain so yes I shall at least try to write more.
Is there anyone you would like to thank who helped or supported you?
My family, friends, and my boyfriend Lonnie who tried to help edit my book, tried to correct something in the first chapter that I didn’t take very well and ended his short editing career, but I love him for putting up with me.
Find her book, To Free the Fox, here.
Meg Crawford writes for the Lulu Blog – Archived