Elliot Brooks, indie author of Peace and Turmoil (book one of The Dark Shores series) and a BookTuber/AuthorTuber, joins iWriterly for an author interview. Meg LaTorre asks Elle questions about: Her decision to self publish The publishing process Selecting and working with a freelance editor Formatting, cover design, character art, choosing titles, and more Author … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Author Interview: Elliot Brooks – Peace and Turmoil
The iWriterly team answers YOUR questions in this special Valentine's Day Q&A—from each other's weirdest quirks to how many characters can Kevin name from Meg's manuscripts. Questions How did you guys meet? What’s your partner’s weirdest/funniest quirk? What physical traits did you each give your child? What's your favorite adventure you’ve been on together? … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Valentine’s Day 2019 Q&A
As time goes on and the genre of novels matures and evolves, so too does reader expectation. For example, if you look at J. R. R. Tolkien’s LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy, you will probably note that the action sequences and battles scenes are often paragraphs or pages long. In books such as SIX OF … Continue reading Savvy Authors Blog: What is Character Agency?
Meg LaTorre of iWriterly participates in the reflections and resolutions writing tag (an AuthorTube/BookTube tag), originally created by Kim Chance and Megan Oliver. Meg was tagged by Megan LaCroix. Meg will reflect on 2018 as well as share her resolutions and goals for 2019. QUESTIONS 2018 Reflections What was your standout writer moment/memory in … Continue reading iWriterly Video: 2018 Regrets & Accomplishments + 2019 Goals
Meg LaTorre of iWriterly participates in the Book Selection Tag, originally created by Lenn Woolston. QUESTIONS How do you decide what you are going to read next? Do you pick what's trending? Read in a specific genre? Or is it random? How important is the cover? Do you judge a book by its cover? … Continue reading iWriterly Video: The Book Selection Tag