What made you decide to start writing? Was this something you always thought you’d do?
I'm not sure. I think it was because I had so many ideas in my head and I needed a creative outlet. It wasn't something I always thought I'd do, but I'm glad I discovered that I'm pretty good at writing.
How do you come up with your characters or story ideas?
I mainly just go with where my brain takes me, so I'm not sure how to explain it. My imagination just goes wild.
How do you get inspired to write?
I listen to music.
What do you do while having writers block?
I listen to music and regather my mind.
What kind of stories do you write?
I usually write Fantasy novels, but right now I'm working on a Supernatural thriller type book.
Who are your favorite authors?
Definitely J.K Rowling and Christopher Paolini.
How long have you been writing?
I've been writing since I was in grade 12, so about 6 years.
What are your stories about?
I have one on the go about fairies, one about vampires, another about ghosts and also one where it's a book inside a book.
What are you currently working on?
Death Toll: Hiding in the Shadows. It's the second book in the Death Toll series, the first being Death Toll: Thrill to Kill.
What do you do when not writing?
I play video games or draw Pokemon. I also read, camp, and do Karate.
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About the Author
Yvonne K. Anderson was born in Pembroke Ontario. She started writing in grade 10 and liked it so much, she decided she wanted to be an author. She writes poetry. She's a writer of fantasy with a little dabbling in horror. I'm working on a vampire series, a fairy series, a super-hero series (a collaboration with her good friend Stephanie Thibodeau) and a horror series. Her main inspiration is author J.K Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series. She is currently signed with Pure Ice Publishing.Twitter * Facebook
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