I was tagged by Michaila from Mic's Room! Thank you so much!
What is the name and what does she/he look like of your favored character?
Asher Watson is my favorite. He's a sarcastic teenage boy who also happens to become a psychopath during the book. So...yeah...
What would you describe your writing style as?
A huge mess, probably. On a more serious note, I tend to write in first person present tense. My biggest inspiration for this is Nadine Brandes.
How much writing do you complete in a week?
I try to write at least 500 words a day. *pulls out calculator* That equals about 3500 words a week. I know, I'm a slow writer. My life is pretty crazy right now, so I'm lucky if I make 500 a week.
Plotting...on a note card, in a notebook, or in your brain?
I plot on random pieces of paper and try to find them when it comes time to write. I warned you that I'm a mess.
What does your book couple's wedding look like?
It would be in a church and probably pretty small. *shrugs* I guess I haven't thought too much about it.
Ever sketch your characters? Care to share?
I sketched some of my characters when I first started planning The Clockshifter. Since I'm not an artist, I just traced pictures of actors and actresses. Original, I know.
When did you start to write?
I started to like writing when I was in fourth grade. I wrote a few little stories then. I became serious about writing a little over two and a half years ago after watching The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and writing fanfiction for it. (Even though my only knowledge of Middle-earth was from the movie and what my friends told me.)
What inspired you?
Like a lot of writer origin stories, J.R.R. Tolkien. (Well, technically Peter Jackson...but whatever. It was Tolkien's idea first.)
What still inspires you?
My writer friends and books. Shout-out to Katie Grace, Hosanna, Ashley, Zac, Nadine, Hannah, Wendy, Brianna, Strength of Atlantis, and Rosalie. And thank you to all of you! You inspire me too!
And finally, what would your published book look like, inside and out?I have an obsession with book covers (both making them and the finished products), so this might be a long answer. #sorrynotsorry.
The book cover for The Clockshifter would be fabulous. would be fabulous, beautiful, and 1000000000000% professional looking. I've made some mock covers for it, but I haven't been completely happy with them.
**Disclaimer** I have not read any of the books mentioned, I am simply using their covers as examples.
I think it would be neat to have a watercolor cover, or something like that, sort of like the cover for Kingdom of Ash and Briars or have something that revolves around the text like Of Fire and Stars. I also like 2-D type covers. I'm not even sure if that's what they are called, but it's something like A Study in Charlotte. Basically, the text must be spot on, along with a flawless backdrop like it is in Bright Smoke, Cold Fire.
I haven't really thought about the inside.
I hope I didn't bore you ranting about my writing. This was a really fun tag to do! I now nominate...
Katie Grace @ A Writer's Faith
Hosanna @ Having a Heart Like His
Zac @ Of Bleeding Pens and Pages
Hannah @ Furious Ever Afters
Wendy @ The Jumping Bean
Rosalie @ Penprints
Here are your questions...