My Writing Process (Alex Hurst)

When I tagged Alex Hurst for the Writing Process Blog Tour, I had failed to notice she had already answered it! Here are her answers and nominations for this – good stuff! Enjoy!

Memoirs of a Time Here-After

Today is part of a blog hop, likely the last one I’ll do this year. I don’t usually participate in blog hops, but the topic of this one is very relevant to this blog’s content, so I decided to join in.

This tour shares an author’s writing process and you can follow it back or forward, wherever your heart takes you. Marlene Moss, a fellow writer and devout equestrian, tagged me last month during the April Blogging A to Z Challenge, which is where we met. You can visit her blog and Writing Process post here.

What am I working on?

I am currently in the midst of several projects, though I only have one full-length novel in progress. This WIP is a desert-based realistic fantasy. It is about a 14-year-old slave bride and her journey to save herself mentally and bodily as civil war breaks out around her. Despite the age of the main character, I…

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About CompGeekDavid
Co-founder, editor, podcaster, web comicer, forum moderator, and writer for Comparative Geeks. Father, husband, geek, nerd, gamer, librarian, Christian, Libertarian, Science Fiction philosopher, and probably a number of other descriptors.

2 Responses to My Writing Process (Alex Hurst)

  1. Alex Hurst says:

    Thank you for the reblog, David! I appreciate it, and I’m glad you enjoyed the post. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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