Hello! I thought you might want to know more things about me as a writer so I came up with some questions to which I will answer. If you want to know anything else, feel free to ask. If it’s the case, I will also do a Q&A part two.
Also, I’m thinking about making a Q&A regarding me as a person – likes, dislikes, hobbies, etc. Would you like it?
When did you start writing?
I started writing fanfiction when I was in the fifth grade and looking back at it, it makes me cringe. However, I wrote before that, only my works were rather lovely letters in which I expressed my thoughts for my loved once.
But it was a beginning for me, as in the seventh grade I’ve had the first attempt at writing an original novel. The concept of it wasn’t bad but was too much for a child to handle – as in too complicated. I dropped that book’s idea, but I continued to write.
Why did you start writing?
Well, it felt right. Anything who finds his calling will know what I’m talking about. It will sound cliché, but I feel like I have to write. It’s like there are these voices in my head that demand me to tell their stories. I love what I do and I love to create emotion. Books impressed and inspired me, and I wanted to do the same to others.
What’s your genre?
Well, that a question authors should respond to easily; yet, I find myself at a crossroad. Mainly, it is romance. But Action, Fantasy and YA are also in my sphere. However, no matter what genre I write in, my books always contain a lot of physic analysis.
When did you decide to become a writer?
I didn’t know I was going to be a writer, despite my passion for writing. I would rather say I didn’t decide to be a writer, but the writing itself decided to make me one. After I published my second novel, I realised the first one hadn’t been pure luck. I knew what I was doing, or so I thought – the more mature me could question it. So, after my second novel was out I was like “Every successful person encourages newbies to do what they like, to follow their passion if they want to be happy. I finally know what I could do all my life and never grow bored of it – write.”
Do you believe in writer’s block?
No. Writer’s block is a lame excuse when you find yourself in a difficult situation. I think there are times when you might not know where the book goes or how to continue, but if you take a deep breath, take a walk, and try to see the things from a different point of view, it’s impossible not to get over that situation.