Julia Hughes - writing thrilling adventures - time after time after time.
I don’t believe in foresight, but if you could deliver hindsight to a person living one hundred years ago, I guess you could change their future. Except you would of course be changing your own past, and might find yourself in a completely different present.
Confusing isn’t it? That’s why it became so important to create believable characters for A Ripple in Time; which deals with time travel. Characters should evolve with the story, if we knew everything about them within the first couple of pages, why bother reading on? Better writers than I have written about character development, I’m just happy that now and then, I manage to achieve it to readers’ satisfaction.
Writers write and readers read and often some do both. I think of myself as a reader who writes, and every time someone says they’ve enjoyed one of my offerings, it makes me smile. What makes me dance around the kitchen though, is when a fellow reader compliments the character development. This week, two complete strangers who connected with A Ripple in Time were kind enough to state publicly how much they enjoyed reading the story: Thank you kind readers, comments such as yours make it all worthwhile.
(One posting on Amazon.com and one on Goodreads site).
Wren Prenderson; "A Ripple in Time" best hero.
"The Griffin Cryer" best Urban Fantasy. Thank you to the hard working judges and everyone who voted at the eFestival of Words, organised by Julie Dawson, of Bards & Sages.
A Raucous Time, A Ripple in Time, and The Griffin Cryer. Thank you to Julie and her hard working panel of judges and reviewers.
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