D is for Destiny

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Today, you have a chance to win the whole Destiny trilogy in paperback! Share this chance with your friends!



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  1. This is so exciting! I'm so happy for you with all your progress on all the writing you've done.
    Hugs,
    Deborah

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  2. Which authors inspire your writing the most?

    (I'm so excited about this giveaway!)

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    1. Grace Livingstone Hill, Linda Chaikin, G.A. Henty, and Elizabeth Camden.

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  3. Awesome! Definitely entered! I think my sisters would like these too!

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  4. Wow! This is another great giveaway! I've heard some great things about your writing, so I'm eager to read your work! Do you plot out your stories ahead of time, or just write and see what happens?

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    1. I just write. If it is historical i do a lot of research before starting, but I like to write by the seat of my skirt, rather then taking the time with an outline.

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  5. When did you get your first novel published?

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    1. The Destiny of One was published in March 2011, and I have really enjoyed the past four years.

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  6. I love the Destiny Trilogy. It's an awesome story. I do miss those characters.

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  7. Which one of the trilogy was your favourite to write?

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    1. The Destiny of the Galaxy. Actually, it was the hardest one to write because it was emotionally draining. My heart and life went into that story. However, the emotional connection with that story is one that I still cherish.

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    2. That is really cool. I understand what you mean about it being emotionally draining though. I can't wait to read these books too - I love how you put so much heart into each of your stories. It is very admirable!

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    1. I couldn't find the kind of books I wanted to read as an eleven year old, so I decided I would write it.

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  9. Hey Sarah! Thank you for all these awesome giveaways! I really enjoyed reading "Adventure and Adversity." So here is my question ;) do you write your stories out on paper? or type them up on the computer? And do you plot out your characters first? or just form them as you write? (characters and their flaws etc. are something I tend to stress over - inordinately I sometimes think - so I am curious what you have found that works for you) God bless!

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    1. I type my stories into the computer without a lot or any plotting. The story and the characters come alive as I write them and I edit inconsistency out later.

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