Romance Weekly #LoveChatWrite #LoveWriteChat – 15th July

Romance Weekly ChatDo you like to read romance novels? Wouldn’t you like to know more about your favorite authors? Well you came to the right place! Join the writers of Romance Weekly as we go behind the scenes of our books and tell all….. About our writing of course! Every week we’ll answer questions and after you’ve enjoyed the blog on this site we’ll direct you to another. So come back often for a thrilling ride! Tell your friends and feel free to ask us questions in the comment box.

If you’ve arrived from Elizabeth Jannette’s blog, hi and thanks for clicking! This week’s questions are brought to you by Jo Cursed be the Wicked finalRichardson, whose amazing book Cursed be the Wicked is one of my favourite reads so far this year!

 

 

1.  How Often do you Write?

writing like crazyHonest answer? As often as I can. Sometimes this can mean daily, sometimes only a couple of times a week. I have written as much as 15,000 words in a week, and as little as nothing. I have a full time job plus a family, so writing (also known as me-time) has to fit around those.

But one day, I’ll have my own little garrett and hide away from the world. At that point, I plan to write at least 5000 words a day!

 

2.  Do you think it’s important to your craft to write as much as you can, and as often as you can?

1000 wordsI think it definitely helps. Writing is like any muscle–it works best when exercised often. However, writing doesn’t just mean writing your story. I often jot down little descriptive paragraphs that take my fancy, or write reviews of books where I can use descriptive words to really show what I liked about them.

And no, I don’t always write 1000 words a day. Sometimes a lot more, often a lot less. But it’s a good target to aspire to!


3.  What is your opinion on the saying “if you don’t write every day, you’re not a writer”?

who am i to judgeThis t-shirt says it all. Who am I to judge? If you write, you’re a writer. Whether it takes you ten years or ten days to write a book, everybody’s different. I thank God we have authors like Donna Tartt, who took around six or seven years to write The Goldfinch. On the other end of the scale, the voracious reader in me loves the fact that Elle Casey releases a book every month. Both of them are writers, but the way they do it is very different.

I guess what I’m saying is the only person I can judge is myself. Do I call myself a writer? Sometimes. But I’m also a worker, a mum, a wife, a daughter. And I love being all of these things.

 

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Thank you to Jo for these questions, they were a lot of fun to answer. And now to read more Romance Weekly Blog Hop go to http://www.brendamargriet.com/blog and read Brenda Magriet’s answers!

Carrie Pink

 

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