|The typewriter with the red ink from the movie The Lives of Others.|
Thank you Diedre at Pensive Pens Post for hosting me on my blog tour!
This week, I've posted about why I wrote my novel Trixi Pudong and the Greater World on Lidy Wilks' blog, and on Quanie Miller's blog about the secret to writing a page-turner that moves forward. Today I'm writing about Inspiration, how I use Inspiration as a concrete tool in my writing.
I'm one of those authors that writes backward -- to create something that moves forward. My inspiration comes from knowing where my book ends. And how the chapter ends, and how the paragraph ends.
But how do I find a good point of inspiration to work towards? Well, you know that feeling when you see a movie or read a book and that profound moment comes where you think, "This is great"?
Like the scene at the end of Sofia Coppola's Lost in Translation where...
Continue reading my guest post at Diedre Knight's blog.