An Interview With Laure Eve

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In February, we had the chance to interview the wonderful Laure Eve, author of The Graces, The Curses, The Illusionists and Fearsome Dreamer. It was a great interview and we had a lot of fun. We mainly asked about her writing process, since creative writing is something me and Sarah are really interested in and do ourselves. It’s always fascinating to hear about different authors’ writing processes and this was another insightful chat!

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The Story – Writers Choice or Readers Influence (Blogmas)

Recently, I’ve been attending many book events, writing a lot and having a lot of conversations about books and the choices that authors make vs what the reader truly wants. We all know that an author eventually can sneak in a relationship that everyone has been rooting for, and basically write that fanfic that everyone wants, however, is it really down to the reader to let the author know what they want to read? Or should readers accept stories as they were intended to be written?

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Creative Writing Group!

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Since October or so, Sarah and I have been going to a creative writing group inManchester. Sarah told me about it and I started to go with her and now we try and go every week or as often as we can. I’ve always wanted to join something like this because it’s fun to meet new people, especially other people who have an interest in something creative! I’ve made new friends there, built my confidence and I always have a wonderful time.

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Thinking About Writing

I spent a lot of time in my teens writing. FanFiction, short stories, poems, anything, i absolutely loved to write. That’s part of the reason that fueled me to study Creative Writing at University. Reading is also a huge part of my life and that is why i made this blog, so i could talk to others about being a reader, current books and what we thought of them. I’m debating expanding a little.

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CELEBRATING CREATIVITY AND READING DIVERSITY WITH DOCTOR WHO!

Recently I have had the absolute pleasure of meeting Mark Wright, no, not the one from
I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, the one that writes all things Doctor Who! Mark gave a talk at my University as a part of the Sound – Vision – Place event that was happening – I thought I’d pop along considering seeing his name on an email got me all excited about Doctor who.

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