What is your work schedule like when you're writing? Honestly, I don't have one, too lazy to keep to one if I did haha
Do you have a playlist for writing; if so what songs? I do I'll release that another time tho.
Q; How many books have you written? A; This is tricky, as I do jot down ideas and expand on them but 3/5 of them never survive. But I have currently 8 available to the public (through wattpad and here FOLLOW ME ON BOTH!) and some REALLY special drafts. Which I'm really excited about sharing with you all. In the future
Q: Your favourite book you've written A; in terms of stand-alone its got to be 'last breath of love' cuz that's my usual genre and I even loved the plot twist on that but I love 'predictability' cuz I love shameless self-promotion.
Now, this is where it gets difficult. If you paid attention to my story MERCY you'll know that there is the full-length book coming soon on Wattpad for that, and that has been soo awesome to write. So Probs that one.
How do you connect with the story as well as you do? I get this a lot. So all of my stories are influenced by parts of my life; how I felt at the time. People have picked up that I write about personal freedom A LOT. and I have struggled with that. Writing made me feel as if that was something that no one could take away.
The story is just what I feel, no sugar coating and no fear of offending someone, and doing that touches people's emotions as it's not easy to say what you feel as people don't understand.
Q: Did you ever consider writing under a pseudonym? A: Who says I don't?
Q: What do you think about fan theories? A: People have suggested some AND I GO ABSOULUTLEY CRAZY OVER THEM. I adore them, It makes you feel accomplished as an author, cuz people think about your work and want to know more. SO do write them and let me know!!
What was your hardest scene to write? Probably the last few chapters of 'the last breath of love' cuz I wanted it to be perfect. I was contemplating on which way to go with it.
How long on average does it take you to write a book? On commaful, it just takes an idea and it's relatively easier to write it up -so a day, maybe 2 at most. On wattpad I go into more detail and my current book still isn't finished. even though I started it a year ago. (GO AND READ IT)
What’s the most difficult thing about writing characters from the opposite sex? When I write I need to be the character to understand them. So with guys, I can't feel their day to day pressure, but one day I'll upload a story with the guy as a focus.
Do you think someone could be a writer if they don’t feel emotions strongly? Yes and no, you need to be passionate about what your writing so other people will be too, but you don't need to be a master of words to say how you feel.
What does literary success look like to you? HAVING A DIE HARD FANDOM.
What made you decide to sit down and actually start writing something? I was depressed about something and wrirting helped sort out how i was feeling, it gave a sense of clarity to life.
WORST PART OF ONLINE WIRITNG? When I first started out I wanted people to read my stuff but no one did. I'd only have people follow me for a follow back and that made me angry as they treated a website for writing as another social media platform they could get famous on. My stuff never was read on wattpad.
Like ever, there was only three people who read my stuff. But those are the true fans.
How would you describe your writing style? A mix of Sam Smith and James Arthur lyrics and my own disturbing thoughts. Like srsly you don't wanna be in here.
Favourite- Artists- Adele and Ed Sheeran Movie- anything with humour. Colour- blue Song- perfect Ed Sheeran Hobby- reading binging on TV Season- winter Pets?- used to and a cat. I want a dog but can't care for it R/N Angry when- people are ignorant of others.
I also love classic books like Alice in wonderland. I love to watch movies I'm in my late teens I love the outdoors. FOLLOW ME ON WATTPAD @Jennablack15. I could do with the support. (It's totally free to join and read!)