Some people have been asking about how I ended up writing Cassandra’s Daughter, and so I started this set of posts. If you are just finding this, you can go back to Part One to start from the beginning. In the previous installment, I discussed some of the “big picture” decisions I was making during the early drafts of the book while living in the Outer Banks.
At this point, I was mostly spending my time imagining, finding connections, solving puzzles, doing research, and telling stories.
As I would read through each latest draft, I would constantly find myself asking questions:Continue reading “Writing Process (Part 4)”