Midway question! Tell us about a writer you admire, whether professional or not!
One particular writer I a lot of respect for is the dark fantasy novelist, Justine Musk.
I first came across Justine’s first novel, Bloodangel, during a leisurely virtual peruse of the Amazon.co.uk bookshelves. As usually happens with me, I was seduced by the cover (Chris McGrath has been responsible for quite a number of my literary purchases, although unlike Bloodangel, their content hasn’t always been as impressive as their covers). I have since read its sequel, Lord of Bones, and am very much looking forward to her future releases.
The main reason I regard Justine so highly is because she uses her experiences as a published author — and a writer, in general — to help others realise their own potential.
She provides insight all aspects of writing, from building a writing style to finding your own voice, all while remaining a very approachable — even humble — woman, without even the slightest hint of condescension in her advice.
You can read Justine’s blog, Tribal Writer, here.
If you are interested in doing your own 30 Days of Writing, here are the questions.