Kim Carmichael began writing nine years ago when her love of happy endings inspired her to create her own. A Southern California native, Kim’s contemporary romance combines Hollywood magic with pop culture to create quirky characters set against some of most unique and colorful settings in the world.
You might be like me this week- forgetting your days, writing and reading away the morning, surprised to see six o’clock roll around and have little to show for it.
Or maybe… you’ve been super productive and are ready to tell me all about it.
Many people judge a book’s potential by reading the reviews on the back, or gazing into the eyes of the author perched on a chair in a half-lit room, chin in palm. Still others enjoy the first page test,
Well, it could you know.
How many times have you, as a writer thought about moving to a place you researched so thoroughly for a story setting?
Admit it, you found yourself scrolling through hours of available properties in Kauai after having your hero chase the villain to Hawaii.
You might be thinking this looks more like the site for Dragon*Con, and if you know anything about Bouchercon, you may be thinking there is a cool mysterious bar at the top of the egg, and a rocking hotel at the base.
When writers are put on the spot with quick fire questions… and limited word count replies.
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I inserted a few paragraphs from the novel my agent is shopping in NY, We’re Not Waving, We’re Drowning. Hello HOTSHOT MARKET SAVVY EDITORS????
Isn’t it ironic?
Betty Lou Lynn, the woman who portrayed Thelma Lou, on The Andy Griffith Show moved to Mount Airy, NC ( the town that inspired Mayberry) to avoid crime of big cities.