Jo Robinson shares her thoughts on how writers push the boundaries with regard to accentuating their demons and vampires attractiveness and appeal whilst still allowing them to commit dastardly deeds that should not really be romanticized… I think I agree as I quite like even the most attractive demon to get their comeuppance at the end of the story…. I like John Wick….. head over and let Jo know your views…#recommended
Writers all have their own quirks. They all have different ways of coping with stress or “writers block”. For me, writers block has never been a real thing in a way that I couldn’t write anything at all, but it has been a thing insofar as what I could write joyfully. I love writing non-fiction and I love research, but writing fiction has always been the thing that I do that makes me happier than doing anything else. Fiction writers hold the universe in their hands, and they can literally do anything with it. I think it comes with a responsibility though. Good fiction can change minds, and sometimes it can change lives.
I’ve always had a broad spectrum of genres that I enjoy to read in both fiction and non-fiction. History, good literary works, humour, and horror. In my teens there was a short sojourn into soppy romances but…
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