Q&A With A Wordsmith: Character Relations

On Writing, Random Thoughts

Heya Lovelies,

As a writer taking a rather unique path, I often receive a wide range of questions. So far, I’ve covered some broad topics which you can find here and I’ll continue to shed some light on further questions. With luck, you’ll gain some understanding and insight along the way.

If you have a question you’d like me to answer, feel free to comment or drop me an email.

Which of your characters do you relate the most with and why?


Plenty of writers agree that in order to tell a good story, we must disguise the truth within the fiction. For me, that included my first heroine. 

Aisling, from Just Breathe and beyond, was modeled after me. Her history wasn’t unlike mine, nor were her reactions to the world around her. I wanted to write a story of a haunted woman with a tragic past and give her a chance to find her inner strength.

Through her, I have been able to experience her triumphs, her failures, her love and her losses. It has given me strength to keep fighting for my own future. 

Coming up, I’ll talk about my initial decision to use Instagram as my primary social media, only to switch to Twitter after over five years.

Until next time,

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