Guest Post with Nicole Conway!

Guest Post with Nicole Conway!

 As part of her tour for her new book, TRAITOR, I’ve asked Nicole to talk about the ups and downs of writing a series, and what the best (and maybe worst) part of writing the last words on the last book would be.

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I never imagined I’d be writing a series this long. Of course, I never imagined actually getting published at all. We’ve come a long way! The “ups” of writing it are that you get to build . . . and build . . . and build some more! The world grows, the characters develop, and the story becomes more and more complex. One of my favourite things to do as an author is to take a detail or a character that seemed minor in a previous book and have them reappear later and be hugely significant.
 
The “downs” would be that sometimes, I would just get sick of dragonriders and feel burnt out or eager to work on something else. During those times, I’ve found its okay to let myself step away, take a break, and come back to it after a while. If I force it, then I won’t have any fun writing it and the readers most likely won’t enjoy what they’re reading, either.
 
That being said, writing those last few words of the very last book is a strange feeling. It’s a relief, in one aspect, because it is a huge accomplishment. But it’s also sad because you’re saying goodbye to those characters who have become like old familiar friends. So yes, writing an ending to a series is a bittersweet thing. After putting the last few touches on IMMORTAL, I simply had to sit back and have a moment of quiet and reflection. 

Traitor by Nicole Conway

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Giveaway Information:  Contest ends May 27, 2016
 

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