How I write

(Originally published at The Rebel Writers blog)   “I have no words for this.” It’s something I’ve had to say about only a handful of books. These books are usually ones I can’t put down—the ones with someone or something calling me to see it through to the end, and then what I’m feeling is so strong, yet utterly...

I usually dream about nothing.  Or, more accurately, I don’t remember my dreams.  But the times I can hold onto the memory of them, they are so hard to understand that I can’t figure out what was even going on. When I can remember a dream, it’s usually only for a few minutes after I wake up, and only if I start telling...

I try to find music with little to no lyrics, or in a different language because I tend to sing along to things I know and forget that I’m writing. 🙂 With Harrow, I needed to creep myself out and the music I chose had to have noise and effects that made me jump out of my seat. If it wasn’t creepy, I wanted it to make me...

T.A Brock wrote a post about her creative process and I tagged myself in it! 1) What am I working on? Everything. I’m trying to finish marketing my first book and find the time to get writing again. I’m not sure what I’ll start next, considering I have so many ideas. It’ll probably be my young adult fantasy series that my...

Because this is just too adorable for words: @leepace You do such beautiful complex work. Calpernia,The Fall,all of it, such a transformative compelling actor! Thanks for watching x — Tatiana Maslany (@tatianamaslany) July 28, 2014    And this is why I love following Rainbow Rowell: Also he just used air quotes...