I'm delighted to bring you Indie Interview number #2, and introduce you to Taylaur Robertson. Taylaur was really fun to interview, and incredibly honest with her answers.I hope you enjoy hearing about her writing journey so far - from what she's written, what her process looks like, the lessons she's learned from self-publishing… and what she'd tell her younger self :)Over to Taylaur!
Arguably, everyone is creative. When I use that word for the title of this piece, though, I'm talking about creative in the overactive, imaginative, free-running mind.
This is a piece about settling down to write.
I've suddenly decided I don't just want to share how-to articles for other indies (see here), even if I'm very passionate about indies being able to make a living from their art. I'd rather express myself fully (or, as much as possible), and invite you, my reader, into my life a bit more.Hopefully these points that follow will allow you to do just that.
Started writing: November 2018Finished writing: early 2019July 2019: editingTitle: What happened to Scott Andrews?About: Two best friends leave their small Minnesotan town to go on an adventure. Their trip takes them out of state for the first time, but takes a sinister turn. Offered a narrative from each of the boys, Scott and Marcus, the reader is left to decide what really happened to Scott Andrews in this psychological suspense.
I figured that was a good question to start this off with, to try and capture the essence of how I've gotten to this point and why, exactly, I decided to start this blog and document my journey to being an independent author making £ from his work.
Who am I?I'm Jasraj. Here are a few things about me.Words, by JasrajThis blog is the cosy corner where I share my writing & interview indie authors (self-published). Welcome.email letterIf you'd like to receive 2x 'indie interviews' each month, and updates on my writing projects, you can join the community.twitterSocial-media-wise, Twitter is where you'll find me. contactI'd love to hear from you -> email@example.com stuff When I'm not writing, you might find me spending time with friends/family, watching sport (especially soccer/tennis/UFC)). I also write about living life as a sensitive/intuitive guy (over here), and I'm currently learning to trade FX (over here); my aim is to be financially free by the time I turn 40.