So how do authors come up with names for characters?
We’re guest blogging today on Michael Brookes’s blog, The Cult of Me.
Welcome to our stop on the Book Marketing Blog Hop! We’re happy to see you here in Carpenter Country, and delighted to share what we’ve learned after participating in the 30-Day Book Marketing Challenge sponsored by D’vorah Lansky.
Here’s our take-away from the challenge: We have a lot in common with Brad Pitt. And you probably do, too.
Our thanks to author Melissa Wray for her generosity in sharing space on her blog with us today.
But the reason we’re thanking her has nothing to do with her books. We appreciate Clarissa for tagging us as the next participants in the “My Writing Process” blog tag tour!
If you’re a reader, you remember your favorite childhood book. And, no matter how much time has passed since you were a child, you can quote lines from the story and describe the hero and the setting. The book—whether a mystery, humor, horror, or science fiction—became part of your own story.
That’s the power of books, and the power of reading, and that’s one reason for Children’s Book Week, an annual celebration of reading.