In this interview, you'll hear all about Julia's new book, her favorite and least favorite parts of being a published author, her creative process, what inspired Erinsmore, and how she handles writer's block.
Lang has completed her first novel and is currently working on her second. I wanted to chat with her because she, like many of you reading this, is at the beginning of her novel-writing career, which is often accompanied by nasty things like self-doubt, fear, impostor syndrome, and editingitis (aka, over-editing).
Lang, like all of us, struggles with these things, but she doesn’t let them defeat her, no siree. In the following interview, you’ll see just how fiercely devoted she is to conquering common writing-related demons and chasing her dream with abandon.
I'm so thrilled to have fellow author Sarina Langer on the blog this week to share some invaluable nuggets of writing wisdom and talk about her wonderful upcoming guide for aspiring indie authors!
I had the pleasure of beta reading the guide (From Idea to Self-Published) and will definitely be recommending it to everyone I know who's interested in self-publishing - I wish I'd had it when I got started!
This week on the blog, I've got Australian author Nadia King here to talk about traditional versus indie publishing, her favorite and least favorite parts about being published, her number one piece of advice for aspiring authors, and the big news about her novel, Jenna's Truth!
Author Soulla Christodoulou chats about her new novel, The Summer Will Come, and shares valuable insights on marketing, outlining, the importance of a writing community, staying positive, and much more!