About N. R. Williams
N. R. Williams lives in Colorado, U.S.A. with her husband. She is delighted to have two three year old grandchildren, cousins. She’s a long time member of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and has been privileged to attend conferences and workshops. Since her formative years, she’s been inventing fantastical stories and since she could spell she’s been writing them down. While she majored in art in college, she didn’t make a living at it. Now, she uses her skills of observation to create fantastical worlds, interesting characters and stories that touch the heart.
Deirdra: Were you ever discouraged along the way? If so, how did you deal with it?
Deirdra: What is your writing schedule like?
Deirdra: Where do your ideas come from? How do you know the idea is good enough to write a book about it?
Deirdra: Do you ever experience a snag in a story, a form of writer's block? If so, how do you deal with it?
Deirdra: Do you need absolute quiet to write? Do you listen to music when you are writing?
Deirdra: What kinds of inspiration do you use during your story creation periods?
Deirdra: Who has made the greatest difference for you as a writer?
Deirdra: What authors do you admire, and why?
Deirdra: Where can our readers go to find your books and order them?
Nancy: You can buy “The Treasures of Carmelidrium,” from Amazon and soon at the iBookstore and Barnes & Nobles for nook as well as others. I hope to have a print version available later this spring.
Nancy: Thank you Deirdra for being the first stop on my blog book tour. I hope your readers find my answers interesting and entertaining. Remember, I’m giving away 3 e-books at the end of my blog book tour, Feb. 1, 2011. For details see below.
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Post: Blog Book Tour: The Treasures of Carmelidrium
Jan. 7…Friday, Author interview: Deirdra Eden Coppel at A Story Book Worldhttp://www.astorybookworld.blogspot.com/
Jan 10…Monday, Interview with the Protagonist, Missie:
at In time… http://writing-art-and-design.blogspot.com/
Jan 11…Tuesday, Mythical Creatures: Stephen Tremp at Breakthrough Blogs
Jan 12…Wednesday, World Building for Fantasy & Sci Fi: Marian Allen at Marian Allen http://www.marianallen.com/
5. Jan. 13…Thursday, Creating Monsters: Nicole Zoltack at Where Fantasy and Love Take Flighthttp://nicolezoltack.blogspot.com/
Jan. 14…Friday, Tension & Humor, a balancing act:
Jan. 17…Monday, What are the Treasures of Carmelidrium: Summer Ross at My Inner Fairyhttp://summersvoice.blogspot.com/
Jan. 18…Tuesday. Interview with an elf: Patricia at Chiseled in Rock, http://chiseledinrock.blogspot.com/
Jan. 19…Wednesday, Jan. 19, Antagonist interview, Renwyk, Lord of the Symberveen: Colene Murphy at The Journeyhttp://cejourney.blogspot.com/
Jan. 20…Thursday, Interview with Galen, Scout of Gil-Lael: The Golden Eagle at The Eagles Aerial Perspective http://thegoldeneaglesblog.blogspot.com/
Jan 21…Friday, Plot vs Character Driven in Genre Writing: Mason Canyon at Thoughts in Progresshttp://www.masoncanyon.blogspot.com/
Jan. 24…Monday, Character Driven vs World Driven in Fantasy & Sci Fi:
Helen Ginger at Straight From Hel http://straightfromhel.blogspot.com/
Jan 25…Tuesday, Playing the “What If” Game: Dominic de Mattos at Writes of Passagehttp://dominicdemattos.blogspot.com/
Jan 26…Wednesday, …What inspired me to write about music as a power and why the flute: Clarissa Draper at Listen To The Voices http://clarissadraper.blogspot.com/
Jan 27…Thursday. What Elements are in the Story? (Romance, Suspense, Mystery?) Denise at L’Aussie Writinghttp://laussieswritingblog.blogspot.com/
Jan 28…Friday, Why I Write Fantasy: Jeffrey Beesler at Jeffrey Beesler’s World of the Scribe http://flettleglag.blogspot.com/
Jan. 31…Monday, Why You Should Hire an Editor & Professional Illustrator: (Sherry Wachter illustrated by book so there should be some interesting discussion between us.)
Sherry Wachter who writes as Bodie Parkhurst at Magic Dog Press http://magicdogpress.wordpress.com/