When I was younger, I loved to read. One of my favorite genres was middle grade fiction. At the time, I didn’t see many characters with disabilities portrayed in a relatable or non-heroic way. (And by heroic, I mean heroic for basically just existing and dealing with inaccessible environments.) As an adult, I am now […]
As a writer, you have to strike a balance between incorporating aspects of real-life and fictionalizing things enough to allow the characters to be their own person.
We’re all excited about getting to read the final version, so here’s your update on the progress in the old “5 Ws” format. Who is Currently Working on No Clues You Lose? Just me! Last month my awesome writing coach (and fellow Eastern-North-Carolinian-by-birth), John Claude Bemis, put the entire book back in my court. Previously […]