K. Huber was born in Phoenix, and like a true Arizona native, she never left. Her debut novel is The Air Singer, a paranormal romance and the first book in a series called The Cantors. When she is not writing, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family that includes a playful shih tzu mix, Stella. She is an avid rock and fossil collector and attends many local gem shows. Her other interests include reading, amateur archeology, and auditory torture otherwise known as karaoke.
What inspires you to write?
I’ve always had a very active imagination and writing gives me a chance to make all of the stories in my head come to life.
Tell us about your writing process.
It usually starts with one great scene. It will play out in my mind and I jot it down as soon as possible. I then build an outline around it to help guide me as I create the story. That is when my sticky note fetish comes out! I’m always making little notes here and there about things that will make the story better and more real. Then it is draft, edit, and edit some more!
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
Once the writing process begins, the characters become so real. The story builds around them and I find myself going back to my outline and making revisions because it no longer feels right for them.
What advice would you give other writers?
Write, write, and write! Once you start, don’t stop! It may take longer than you planned, but it is worth following through.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I have great friends who have taken advantage of Amazon and Kindle publishing programs. They have done extremely well, so I followed their example.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I think traditional publishers will always have a good portion of the market, but eBooks have allowed so many authors to have an audience. Authors no longer require a large publishing house to tell them what will sell or entertain. We have a chance to get our stories out there to the public so that they can decide.
What genres do you write?
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