Two interviews in a single day! What fun! I’m thrilled to have RS Williams on my blog today. This lady is just a wonderful and incredibly supportive fellow writer and blogger. If you aren’t following her, you’re missing out!
Any advice for new writers?
Giving advice is sort of my thing, but usually not in the things I want to be good at. Looking for an agony aunt hit me up. No seriously, my friends always come to be with their problems. My advice to new writers would be, stop worrying about what you will do. Just write your heart out and fall in love with the written word, then the rest will come. Every one starts off with a bad first attempt but that’s why it’s called a draft, it’s not supposed to be the finished product so tell yourself the story in your mind and then refine it for your readers.
What’s your preferred genre to write in?
I prefer fantasy because I’m a huge fantasy freak, but I also like to dabble in romance too.
Do you see some of yourself in your main character? What traits have passed from you to them?
Originally I think I built both my main characters off of myself. I asked a friend to read the beginning and their reply was Tilly is so much like you. Why that is I don’t know but I’m so glad people like me enough to enjoy my characters haha!
What is the sweetest thing a reader has ever said about your work?
Not many people have read my work yet, but I think just the fact that someone enjoys it is enough for me. I know I’m not going to make millions but that doesn’t mean I can’t bring my story into someone life and transport them to another world like books have done for me.
What was the first scene you plotted for it? Feel free to be vague so we don’t ruin the surprise, but why did that particular scene turn your plot bunny into a full-blown novel?
The first scene ever? That was a fantasy battle between a badass elf princess and the person invading her kingdom. First scene for my debut? The beginning scene. I pantsed it so I wrote beginning to end with no real vision. That definitely was the hardest part. I know I need to do a bit of plotting for future works!
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Meet the Author:
Rhianne Williams, formally known as RS Williams, writes Fantasy, Adventure and Romance novels. As an avid reader Rhianne has always been in love with the written word and the emotions a good story can create.
Discovering she had a knack for creating stories as a teenager, However, the mundane adult world called her back to an admin job and Rhianne put writing on the back burner until she turned 20. Rediscovering her fascination with writing and creating Rhianne then threw herself back into her writing.
When she isn’t catching plot bunnies, typing up her creations or writing on her blog, you’ll find her in front of the television watching her favourite shows, spending time with her family and getting lost in others fictional worlds. Catch her in action on her blog www.littlenovelist.com and if you have any questions you can e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org