About infinitewolfgamer studios:
Andrea White (born June 3, 2006) is a UK social media personality, Musician, writer and actress under the name of "Infinitewolfgamer" she published her first book, Ellowyn Acers, in June 2021.
What inspires you to write?
I am inspired by almost anything, really! My day to day life is really interesting, and I always get good ideas from that! I have no idea who or what's going to inspire me next -if it's one of my friends, something I watch on TV, anything!
What authors do you read when you aren’t writing?
I've always loved so many! J.K Rowling, Jacqueline Wilson, It's impossible to decide 🙂 I've always loved reading, and it's great to be able to just curl up and read
Tell us about your writing process.
First I get my idea, normally that happens at night when I go to sleep. I keep a notebook by my bed to jot down my ideas (I've done this so much I've learnt to write in the dark!) Then I expand on the idea, create some drawings and write some potential passages, after this, I start piecing it together with a logical plot, and make sure it all works and makes sense. Then I start typing!
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
I don't talk to them, but I do try to put myself in their shoes to feel what they would feel in each part of the story
What advice would you give other writers?
You're in for a great journey! Enjoy it all you can and at the end of it, you'll have your very own masterpiece! It may get hard at times, but keep going! It'll be worth it 🙂
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I wanted to self-publish as It was my first time, and I wanted to see how my book would do In the real world before finding a proper publisher.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I honestly have no idea, but I DO know we'll have even more fantastic books to read
What genres do you write?: Fantasy, mystery, children's
What formats are your books in?: eBook
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