By K.C. Hughes - Guest Blogger
Are you interested in guest blogging for Ready2Publish? Contact us today and we'll fit you in! Links to exceptional works welcome!
Who cares to read what I think about writing? I know I don't. Really. Why shouldn't you stop right here and hit your browser's back button and leave. Go on now, leave! You're still here, I see. Yeah, I can see you, biting your nails and thinking what is this blog going to be about? Is the writer going to admonish or bully me into something? No, I just wanted to get your attention.
I used the above paragraph to transport you away from your everyday(not a left-out word), the way only words can do. For a few seconds, you were probably wondering what now, another stirrer trying to rev up emotions. But, you see, words can do that and that's why I love to write.
For instance, I am currently working on a novel set in 1937 Atlanta. The main character (MC) is an eighteen year old black girl who moves from the deep, deep south where she was picking onions in. Stop right there, buddy!
This will NOT be about racism or Jim Crow laws or any part of history that has been drilled into our heads. I'm sick of it, I tell you! This is a coming of age tale of an eighteen year old country girl who happens to be black. It's a tale of loss, love and all that other wormy stuff that makes a great heartfelt book. I wanted to write something different other than mystery/suspense and paranormal. I wanted something fresh.
Transporting the reader to 1937 is challenging because nothing was the same. But I love learning about the era and putting a different spin on it other than prejudice. I hope that you will take the journey with me!
K.C. Hughes lives in sunny-all-the-time Phoenix with her fourth husband and four cats. She works in the IT field with 16 years of experience. She's a kindle-holic and enjoys occasional trips to the Indian casinos. She loves travelling to Las Vegas and anywhere with water, including her bath tub. Writing fiction is her hobby. She has written 2 novels, a screenplay and well into writing her 3rd book.
Man in the Mirror
The opinions expressed in this blog are those of the guest blogger and may or may not reflect the views of the editors, photographers, copywriters and coaches on this site.