I started writing a story with no previous plotting, no idea where I’m going with it, just words on paper (or electrons on Word Document). It’s a weird feeling, but a familiar one. It reminds me of being a teenager again.
NYT bestselling author Alethea Kontis is a princess, a storm chaser, and a geek. Author of over 20 books and 40 short stories, Alethea has received the Scribe Award, the Garden State Teen Book Award, and won the Gelett Burgess Children’s Book Award twice! She has also been twice nominated for both the Andre Norton Nebula and the Dragon Award. When not writing or storm chasing, Alethea narrates stories for multiple award-winning online magazines and contributes regular YA book reviews to NPR. Born in Vermont, Alethea currently resides on the Space Coast of Florida with her teddy bear, Charlie.
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Seems interesting. Some say it’s a great way to get in shape, “writingly” speaking, of course. I just invented a word, I’m sorry! My lack of english vocabulary… again!