Author Camille Taylor joins us today for a quick 5 question interview. You can check out her story in Craving: Security (getBook.at/CravingSecurity). Available for .99¢)
Best writing advice you ever received?
I think advice from Nora Roberts who said, “I can fix a bad page. I can’t fix a blank page.” is probably the best advice, closely followed by Anton Chekhov’s, “Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.”
How long on average, does it take for you to write a book?
A few months if I can keep from being distracted which I confess I am easily with other books and Netflix.
Which one of your characters is your favorite and why?
Riley O’Neill (a secondary character from Doppelganger, Harbour Bay book 4. Her own story is coming soon.) Riley is a spunky, feisty red-head in a small package. She’s hard to intimidate, stubborn and packs heat.
Do you consider being a writer a gift or a curse?
A bit of both. I love creating stories/worlds and feel personally connected to each of my characters, though I admit some days (especially when I find a massive plot hole) I want to pull my hair out. I’m sure other writers would agree. Always good to have chocolate and wine on standby for those days.
Which one of your characters would you want to date and why?
Dean Matthews (Doppelganger) Dean is hot, sexy, broody and possessive. He can also be sweet and caring. He’s a take charge kind of guy who kisses amazingly (among other things) at least in my mind!
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