Birgit of BB Creations and Michelle of My Writing Journey tagged me in a blog hop.
To participate, you just answer four questions about your writing process and tag three more people. Here we go!
What am I working on/writing?
A better question is, what am I not writing! In a given day, I may write about heat pumps, cloud computing, and hosting a successful fundraiser in the space of a few hours. That's my freelancing work, though.
For my fiction work, I'm currently awaiting the next set of revisions on 25 Roses, my upcoming Simon & Schuster novel. To keep from going crazy, I'm writing a young adult book about a girl who sees missing people in her dreams.
How does my work/writing differ from others in its genre?
Good question! Generally speaking, my work tends to be a little lighthearted and girly than many books for young readers. This new book is a little darker, though. I was inspired by a TV show--Medium. Something about that show stuck with me after I binge-watched all 130 episodes on Netflix.
Why do I write what I do?
I've written in a variety of genres over the past two decades and I can say nothing is as gratifying as writing for young girls. I think this picture says it all.
How does my writing process work?
I get an idea and start writing. I continue writing until I reach the end. I wish I could say I'm one of those people who carefully outline everything, but that's now how my process works. I was happy to hear Stephen King writes that way, too...so those of us who don't outline are in good company.
Now it's time to tag. I'm going to only tag writers, since discussing your writing process is a little difficult if you're a painter or computer technician!
Now...a question to the commenters. How is your work different from other people's work?