Writing, for me, is like an instinct. As I am sure it is for many others. It feels like it is just there and you have to get it out. No amount of doing anything else is going to cure you. Almost like an itch that you can’t scratch. An invisible monkey on your back.
An in depth behind the scenes look at my character Cordelia Banks who stars in my Birthright series. Check it out!
Though I think that every book I have put up on my Amazon page is worthy of being called a book, there is one that stands out among the rest to me (and apparently other people). That book is called Birthright. There is something about it that is more powerful and raw to me than the other books that I have listed. That’s not to say I think all the others are bad, just different, and I think there is a very good reason why this is the case.
I’ve talked to a ton of people who have no clue what fan fiction actually is. That is why I decided to write up my own explanation and thoughts on the subject. Hopefully, this will help people understand.
After the entire train wreck that was 50 Shades of Grey I decided there were a few things I could do about it. Either I could bitch and moan about how that whole series is a blemish on the ass of the BDSM universe or I could start putting out my own material
I use characters in as many different alternate universes as I can because it’s fun to watch the characters I’ve created grow and play in different areas. Does anyone else do this? Or am I just crazy?
I am writing this in hopes that it can help other people learn to channel their own inspiration into a creative vessel and write stories of their own.