Vikki Louise Greasby asked Kendare Blake:
Hey Kendare, I'm currently thinking of writing a book called Ragdoll and I have been inspired by your amazing book, Anna Dressed in Blood. I would really like some advice on this as it will be my first story to write. What would really draw the reader into reading it and how can I keep the story going through a steady flow without the reader getting bored of it?
Kendare Blake Cool! I'm so glad you found Anna inspiring! As for your question, that is hard to say. Every reader is different. When you're writing your first draft, try not to think of "the reader" and focus on enjoying it yourself. If you draw yourself in and don't bore yourself, well, that's a good sign!
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Bridget asked Kendare Blake:
Hi Kendare! I am currently writing a fantasy novel (hopefully series in the future), and I was wondering if I could get some advice? What do I write when there are no significant things going on like a battle or love scene? I'm not really sure what to write in those moments where there is nothing important happening, so if you could maybe lend some advice, I would really appreciate it! Thanks so much!
Monica asked Kendare Blake:
Hi! I have to say that I truly love Anna Dressed in Blood series and I was surprised by them! Great books! I love Cas character although to be honest, my favorite is Thomas. I just read that you may write more about them? That will be great! As for a question, I thought the end of Girl of Nightmares is perfect! Can you tell me how did you got there? and it there was any other options in your drafts or mind before?
Danni Vanetta asked Kendare Blake: