The author of Nobody’s Magic considers what happens when you lust after your own characters.
“This was the book I was meant to write my whole life.” —Neel Patel, author of Tell Me How to Be
“It felt as if my protagonist was in the room with me.” —Claire Oshetsky, author of Chouette
“I find it really hard to follow a routine in almost every part of my life.” —Kat Chow, author of Seeing Ghosts
“Writers cannot afford the luxury of emotional numbness nor protective armor.” —Quiara Alegría Hudes, author of My Broken Language
“Do the hard stuff first.” —Kaitlyn Greenidge, author of Libertie
“Feel for the thread. Follow it through the dark.” —Kendra Atleework, author of Miracle Country
“The uneven rhythms of grief don’t allow you to do or to feel life as you did before.” —Rachel Eliza Griffiths, author of Seeing the Body