Consider for a moment that your story is an important one and that you’re the only one who can tell it.
Only you know how you continue to struggle or how you’ve overcome your struggles, or both. Your story will help someone else find their way, or get through something they think is unbearable, or simply escape from real life for a little while.
I talk about research and why I switched from the 3rd to the 1st person: “It’s nice to leave a character a lot of room for growth at the beginning of a novel, but not if she ends up turning off readers.”
Danger and Opportunity in the Esther Narrative full article in Lilith
My favorite interview yet! I love Lori & Julia and enjoyed the behind the scenes look at their studio, including the man wall.