I'm writing my fifth novel:Chasing The Wind. When I look at the word “Fifth”, it scares me. It seems like just yesterday I was working on my first novel, A Brownstone in Brooklyn.
With the publication of Brownstone, I thought my novel writing days were over. Now,four books later and I’m going strong in crafting novels. I’m on a roll. However, the crafting of a novel is never easy.
There is character development with character resumes, scene construction, setting or the sense of place in a book, point of view, descriptive details, pacing, etc.
The elements of a novel are daunting and must be conquered and woven together into a cohesive book that will grab and keep readers turning the pages.In Chasing The Wind,I want to explore how characters persevere over or destroyed by ever changing themes and events in their lives.