Last month I did the first part of this post, which explained why I compared my books to certain Disney Princess movies. It wasn’t a final definition so much as a first step towards outlining some basic identity for the books. The first step of many, I hope! These are really tiny ideas, but that’s how babies learn to walk—they are small and they start moving. There are so many books I broke the post into 2 parts. Here’s the first post if you missed it. This one continues with the next five books:
And there will be more updates.
Pleasant Fiction in an Age of Noise
I write peaceful stories with happy endings. When I started writing, I wanted to write the kind of books I like to read. I wanted them to be upbeat and friendly books that make you feel like you're being whisked off on an adventure with friends. And there's also a purposefulness in that because many stories already written miss out on a great deal of what people experience every day.
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