About Bianca Mori:
Bianca Mori is the author of “One Night at the Palace Hotel” and “Tame The Kitten.” She is interested in exploring power in romance and enjoys reading about demimondaines, pin-up girls and Jazz Age personalities and hopes to reinterpret these in her stories. She is currently exploring the romance-suspense genre, blending her two favorite genres in her Takedown trilogy (of which book 1, In Too Deep, and book 2, Peyton Riley, have been published). She lives with her family and a hyperactive pug.
What inspires you to write?
I love stories — I love hearing them and I love telling them. It’s instinctive to me, placing random items that happened throughout the day in some sort of narrative. Writing is my way to get that constant narrative in my head out in the open.
Tell us about your writing process.
I used to be an instinctive writer, but in time it became a tedious, drawn-out process. I’d be consumed with passion for some topic and lose steam, and recovering that passion to complete a piece is not easy. So for my past few books I’ve been outlining more. I use that burst of passion or inspiration to get down the plot in a notebook, chapter by chapter, outlining what I’d like to happen and how to get there. When I start writing, the outline becomes my pole star, guiding me towards the end, and it helps a lot especially on the days when it’s a struggle to write.
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
I watch them, like in a movie. I can see the scenes in my head as I write them out and I observe my characters. It’s almost like I’m only recording their movements.
What advice would you give other writers?
Just keep writing! And connect with book lovers – those readers who are passionate about a particular genre. That always keeps you as a writer on the right track.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I used to have a mainstream publisher, but over time I discovered I liked the independence and the freedom that self-publishing affords.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I think stories will be told and will continue to be told, no matter what form that story takes — paper or scroll or digital!
What genres do you write?: Romance, suspense, thriller
What formats are your books in?: eBook
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