Writing a book is a very personal thing and every author has their own method that works for them. I like to write first thing in the morning before my mind gets cluttered with other things. And I need quiet to write, no music for me.
Here’s how the process works…Supernatural style.
Think of an idea. Sometimes it’s easy and something it’s not.
Excitement of beginning.
Midpoint…the frustration of thinking you’ll never finish.
Sometimes I procrastinate, by reading.
When the writing is hard, you have to push through.
The excitement when you finally reach the end.
Don’t miss Drakon’s Past by N.J. Walters, out now!
Constance Owens has a gift for finding unique items in the most unlikely places, which comes in handy since she buys and sells artifacts and antiques for a living. When she purchases a set of four dragon statues, she has no idea just how unique they are, or that finding them will thrust her into a world of secret societies, men who think nothing of kidnapping and murder to get what they want, and dragon shifters.
Nic hasn’t survived for four thousand years by letting his guard down, and he doesn’t trust anyone except his drakon brothers. The loneliness haunting him has been getting worse since all his brothers have found their mates. And when he finds the woman his drakon recognizes instantly as his fated mate, he doubts he’ll ever have what his brothers have, because it seems she’s involved with the secret society of hunters who have been hunting and capturing his kind for hundreds of years.
N.J. Walters is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who has always been a voracious reader, and now she spends her days writing novels of her own. Vampires, werewolves, dragons, time-travelers, seductive handymen, and next-door neighbors with smoldering good looks—all vie for her attention. It’s a tough life, but someone’s got to live it.
I love that you did this in the “supernatural” way! Keep up the fantastic work NJ. 🙂
*g* I love Supernatural. I only started watching a few years ago, but now I never miss it. Thanks so much, Mary D!