Reasons to read The House in the Old Wood, No. 8

12 Jun

You want a book that’s a labor of love. I had no illusions as I was writing the series, The Day Magic Died, that it was going to make a ton of money. That’s not why I wrote it. I wrote it because I had to. It was as if the story was in me and had to get out. I got to know the characters, and I enjoyed spending time with them, and I wanted to help others meet them too. Will it ever be a commercial success? I don’t know. I’d like it to be. But that was never the point for me. The point was to tell the story. I am a writer. I write. Read The House in the Old Wood and you’ll be reading a story that had to be told, a book that is a labor of love.

What do you do that expresses who you are?

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