All Work or All Play in Writing?
I reviewed Charles Davis' Standing at the Crossroads a couple of years ago, and soon I hope to read and review his upcoming Pilgrim of Love. If it's anything like Crossroads, I know I'll love it.
The author creates incredible characters, sets them in glorious scenery, and weaves a wonderful web from the result. In my humble opinion, he's an excellent writer, and I'm delighted to welcome him to my blog today to discuss where his writing comes from. (To find where he comes from - an he's seriously well-traveled - please visit http://charlesdavis2.wix.com/charlesdavis#!bio/c1ktj and enjoy!)
At which point I stop reading and thank you, Charles, for visiting my blog. I also utter a slightly awe-struck "Oh..." because I'm the one in our family who takes forever to answer a simple question, playing with stories and scenarios before I can say what I think, and frequently getting accused of not thinking in the meantime. So maybe I'm a writer. Light-bulbs flash and I think it's time to get back to that manuscript, freshly inspired by you.
Charles Davis' books can be found on Amazon at: http://www.amazon.com/Charles-Davis/e/B001JS2IE8/