Once I know what the main conflict is, where the characters start, where they’re headed and what I want to have happen, then I can fill in the rest as I write.What piece of advice do you wish you’d had when you started your publishing journey? I wrote my first novel at 16 back in the ‘80s and rewrote and rewrote it.
You may add such themes as: Slice of life, Dark, Romance, or any other historical human themed stories. Mortals, Mythical creatures, Vampires, Werewolves, Witches, Ect...in Adult fantasy, Author interviews, Author Spotlight, book bundles, characters, Dark Fantasy, Dirty Dozen, fairy tales, Fantasy, Fantasy author, fantasy character, Horror, Indie Promotion, Monsters and Myth, mythic, mythic tales, Paranormal, Spec Fic, Support an Indie!≈ 1 Comment Author name: Ron Vitale *Please tell us about your publications. My two kids and I were goofing off in a swimming pool, playing a game.I enjoy both the creative aspects of writing and interacting with my readers, but I also really enjoy learning why the marketing is or isn’t converting. Between working full-time, raising a family, writing and marketing my books, well, things get a bit hectic at times.It’s fascinating to see the numbers come in and be surprised on what you thought would get a lot of clicks turns out to be a not so great. I guess that’s why I decided to write a book about what I learned. But when I was writing book 3 of my series, I had to throw out a third of the book because it just didn’t work.