I do write about the paranormal but am totally against any story-lines that make supernatural creatures out to be puppies or lap dogs. These are creatures that are stronger than we are, why would they not struggle with their superiority over us? Why would they not have to worry about losing control and hurting those weaker than they are simply because they can? I know I write fiction but I do try to at least make my characters and their actions seem plausible. It has been said that I write my characters very well. That they are very well developed. I should say so. I only had them banging down the walls of my brain for over ten years. I would dream and day dream about these characters and what they are going and have gone through. They are so well developed because I really feel as though they have written themselves. It was only my job to listen and get to know them before I introduced them to the world. My writing style is a bit different. I don't plot or take notes or anything even close. I sit down and write. From page one to the last. In that order. I write every word as you would read it. I literally have this story going on in my head for over a year and one day, I'm ready. I just type. Sometimes I don't even know what I have written until I re read it. Sometimes I am just as surprised as everyone else by all these twists and turns.
Sometimes I am even angry because what happened is not what I wanted to happen but I feel as though I have no right to change it as I didn't even remember writing it. I never change anything. How the story comes out is how its supposed to be. The only thing I might do is further explain things. I may realize when I proof read that I did not describe a room or a scene as well as I could so I will embellish but I never change. I never work on specific scenes. I just write and somehow I know when its time to start the next chapter. I have learned a lot about formatting and editing since I started in 2011 and my books are way better in those areas than when I first released them but I also know they have a long way to go. One day, I will have money to do it but until then, I am just happy knowing people all over the world have read my words and enjoyed them. Don't give up just because everyone expects perfection. No one is perfect. I know I'm not and neither is my writing but remember, I am a storyteller. If you want perfect grammar, go to someone else. If you want to be entertained and your brain knows the difference between to and too no matter whats on the paper, I'd give my books a shot. I can definitely entertain.
My favorite review of my writing:
How Nicole Hill's Legacy Forgotten Made Me Rethink Storytelling
This guy gets it!