Friday, 30 August 2013

Author Interview – London Casey

How do you work through self-doubts and fear?

That’s tough for me because I have this a lot. I always worry about the next sentence, the next chapter. But the best way to get through it is to write through it. That’s what editing is for, right? Just get the story on paper and deal with it later.

What scares you the most?

Losing power… and the battery in my laptop going dead.

What makes you happiest?

Finishing a book and saying, “I wrote that…”

What motivates you to write?

To read the book and say, “I wrote that…”

What writing are you most proud of?

I’m proud of DownCrash. The Boys of DownCrash really opened the writing world for me. Sharing such deep stories really helped me personally. A lot of the stuff in those books pertained to my life in one way or another.

Is there any books you really don’t enjoy?

I can’t get into non-fiction. It’s really slow. Sorry.

How did you develop your writing?

I wrote. I wrote stories, poetry, random thoughts. I kept journals, notes, ideas. Whatever it took to make me feel better and get better.

What is hardest – getting published, writing or marketing?

Marketing is tough because I’m sort of a recluse by nature. So to step out and say “BUY MY BOOK?” is weird.

Do you find it hard to share your work?

Some stuff, yes. There were issues in DownCrash I debated to put into the books. But I wanted to share it… so I did.

bass guitar stands near the gray wall

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Genre - New Adult Romance

Rating – PG13

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