OMN: What is the best advice you’ve received as an author?
EE: I’ve received a lot of good advice, but I’ve ignored most of it. That’s just who I am — I’ve got to do things my own way and make my own mistakes….
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“I’ve never solved a crime or swum in freezing water (although the ocean around here is pretty cold even in summer). My family isn’t from Russia, I didn’t go to boarding school…” To read the complete post, click here.
Matt and Elisabeth discuss the power of the written word (both in fiction and in life), and the writer’s never-ending job of honing his or her craft. Click here to listen.
“We’ve all heard discussions about “strong female protagonists” and how important they are to a book’s success. I confess that the term makes me uneasy. Because if one female protagonist is strong, what are all the others? Are they weak?”
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“Elo chooses to explore the enemy within in North of Boston. She wanted to know if we can ‘change ourselves, can we change our behavior, can we come together to make the world livable for the next 10 billion people who are going to be here?'” For complete interview click here.
BH: What advice would you have for aspiring authors looking to write and publish their first book?
EE: The best advice is the stuff we’ve all heard before. You’ve got to read a lot, observe a lot, and be true to yourself. You’ve got to find your material, which isn’t always an easy thing to do, and you’ve got to put in the hours….
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