Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Writer Wednesday: Frequently Asked Questions

I've decided to add a Frequently Asked Questions feature on my website and blog as part of my Press Kit. So today, I'm asking for your help. What questions would you like me to answer? It can be anything about my writing or my books.   Things like when I started writing, how I choose my genres, why I span age groups. Whatever you'd like.

Okay, you can ask me some silly questions too. Why not? I have a few quirks I'm willing to share for your amusement. Maybe I'll answer those as part of a vlog for fun. Sound good? 

You're up. Leave me your questions in the comments. I won't answer them there though. I'm compile a list and share all the answers once I've finished. Thanks!

25 comments:

  1. I know your a Rick Riordan fan but, which other author(s) inspire you?

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  2. Kelly, you have written quite a few books. How do you manage your timelines for writing each novel? Do you set certain goals for your word count each day and do you always meet those goals?

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  3. When do you know a book is finished, polished and ready to submit?

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  4. How you decide which bookstores to approach for readings and your pitches!

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  5. Are there any tricks you use to make yourself want to write during times when you absolutely do not feel like it?

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    1. Great question, Diane. I added it to my list. :)

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  6. How do you keep your two writing "personas", if you will, separate? Are there times Ashelyn intrudes on your writing as Kelly?

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  7. How did you create such an engaging blog with so many followers, how long did it take?

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  8. I REALLY want to know how you write those 8,000 word days: is the family sequestered for the day? are you on a floating island somewhere? I am asking this in all seriousness. Beyond the amazing output, which is entirely a credit to your stamina and imagination, I would like to be a fly on the wall to see how this happens.

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  9. I'm horrible with questions! Let's see--if you could write anywhere, where you would you pick? The beach? A cabin in the mountains?

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  10. Sounds fun!

    You get an incredible amount of writing done. After you fast draft or get your first draft in print, how much editing do you have to do? Has the editing process gotten easier over time? Does your husband read your books?

    Looking forward to your answers. :)
    ~Jess

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  11. Which five books have moved/inspired you the most?

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  12. What is an embarrassing moment from your life : D? Did it help you writing? If so how?

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    1. This made me laugh because I have so many embarrassing moments. ;)

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