Tracy's Interview With Novel Sisterhood
NS: When did you seriously sit down, and say to yourself, I’m going to write a novel?
Tracy: This revelation came to me in the middle of a very long and boring company meeting. At the time, I was working as a software developer by day and writing articles and short stories for a newsletter at night. As my fan base grew so did my desire to leave corporate America. Luckily, I had the means.
NS: What do you find the most difficult to write? Dialogue? Back story? Emotion?
Tracy: Dialogue is what I find most challenging because each character has a distinct voice and pattern of speech, or at least they should. So as writers we have to in tune with them otherwise it won’t ring true with the readers. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to scrap an entire scene because it didn’t sound like the characters. Penning emotions and back stories are walkovers in comparisons.
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