About Dallacey E Green:
Dallacey E Green writes clean romance novels with touching characters that will make you laugh and cry as you embark on their journey of love. She has been writing romantic stories since the early age of eleven. She is also a talented artist who illustrated the book The Bee and the Bear.
Dallacey E Green has published four novels, Second Best, Is It Worth It, For A Lifetime and Alone In My Memories. She is currently working on her fifth novel, An Independent Woman.
Dallacey E Green graduated from Andrews University with her BA in Architecture and a minor in Art. She also has her certificate in Interior Design.
Dallacey E Green spent her early years in the Island of Antigua. From there her family moved to Miami, FL. Reading and writing did not come easy for Dallacey since she struggled with dyslexia, but when she began to read a new world opened up to her, and from then on she began to write stories that captivated her family and friends. She hopes to be an inspiration for children and adults who struggle with this disorder; to hold on to their dreams and never give up.
Dallacey E Green lives in West Tennessee, which she thinks is the perfect setting to create her heartwarming tales.
What inspires you to write?
Since I was a kid I always enjoyed hearing stories about how couples got together. I loved reading love stories, I still do. When I was eleven years old I was reading a teen love story and I didn’t like the way the book ended so I began to make one up. Then I started creating my own stories in my mind and began to write them. Writing for me is a great outlet, it is a way for me to share my views on love and engage my readers in my fantasies.
Tell us about your writing process.
My writing process begins with inspiration; it could be a person, a poem, a book or even a movie. Once I was walking around in a museum and I saw a man and his son. I began to wonder what happened to his wife. I started to create reasons why she wasn’t there, reasons that helped me to create a theme for my story. When I went home I sat down and began to write an outline for the main characters I had created in my mind. I believe once you know your characters, I mean really understand them, then it is easier to write your story.
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
Since I spend a lot of time developing their character, I listen to my characters. I try to stay true to the outline I have created of them.
What advice would you give other writers?
Don’t give up. I found that everyone has an opinion, but that doesn’t mean your future as a writer is based solely on what one or a few people say. Keep working on your writing skills. Everything gets better with practice. Dedicate at least five hours to writing a day and you will see some amazing results.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I sent my novels to different publishers who liked my stories but said they were not looking to publish a clean romance novel. Some publishers just weren’t interested in my books. I really wanted to see my work published because part of the joy of writing books is the response you receive back from your readers. I found out I could self-publish my books and I am so happy that I did.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I think that time always brings about changes. Only time can tell.
What do you use?: Professional Editor
What genres do you write?: Romance
What formats are your books in?: Both eBook and Print
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