To kick off the series, I have the privilege of hosting L. Diane Wolfe, author, motivational speaker, and photographer!
1. What's your current favorite word?
Buddy! (It's the nickname we have for our cat, Spunky.)
2. In one word, what inspires you?
3. What's one word that describes your writing habits?
4. What's one word that you wish you could get rid of in your writing?
Was (I'm better, but I still fight this word.)
5. What's one word that describes your writing desk?
Organized (If I can use two, it would be scary organized.)
6. Share the best writing advice/tool/quote that helps you. (please limit to one sentence)
I'll go with tool - Dragon's Naturally Speaking program, because I can speak my first draft into the computer without having to type it.
7. What's your current project?
I'm considering taking four novelette length stories and combining them into one book, Four in Darkness. (Yes, it would lean toward the paranormal.)
I loved Diane's answers, although I admit "scary organized" is not how I would describe my writing area. :) I'm looking forward to reading her new series, and I highly recommend her latest book. To get to know Diane more, check out the info and links below.
L. Diane Wolfe
Professional Speaker & Author
Known as “Spunk On A Stick,” Wolfe is a member of the National Speakers Association and the author of numerous books. Her latest title, “How to Publish and Promote Your Book Now,” covers her publishing seminars in depth and provides an overview of the entire process from idea to market. “Overcoming Obstacles With SPUNK! The Keys to Leadership & Goal-Setting”, ties her goal-setting and leadership seminars together into one complete, enthusiastic package. Her NA/YA series, The Circle of Friends, features morally grounded, positive stories. Wolfe travels extensively for media interviews and speaking engagements, maintains a dozen websites & blogs, and assists writers through her author services.
By L. Diane Wolfe
$14.95 Trade paperback ISBN 978-0-9827139-5-2
$4.99 Ebook ISBN 978-0-9827139-9-0
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