About Renee Lee Fisher:
Renee Lee Fisher – Author that has the passion for putting her pen and ideas to paper. A pure romance junkie and she loves to tell stories. She was an English Major of LaSalle University and always wanted to be a writer. In the past years her books titled – From the Vine (a collection of writings/poems) and Cody and the Pumpkin Truck (a Childrens’ Book) were published. She has also written many other childrens’ stories, lyrics, articles and wedding ceremonies. Currently she is deep into her Heartbeat Series of Contemporary Romance Novels which are titled (ROCK NOTES, LOVE NOTES, MUSIC NOTES, FIRST BEAT and FIRST BASS).
Renee resides in Eagleville, PA. with her husband Michael, of many years and her two cats – Nyah and Cody. She has a great support system of Love from her family and friends. Renee BELIEVES you should follow your DREAMS and that – The HAPPIEST of people don’t have the best of everything, they simply make the best of everything. Renee loves to travel, especially to St. Martin – Netherland Antilles. She enjoys meeting new people to inspire her and she will always write down a person’s name that is unique to use as a potential character in her future writings.
What inspires you to write?
I have always loved to tell stories. My English teachers scored me with good grades in English and Creative Writing and so I enjoyed it more. I love to take an idea and make it come to life even if through written words.
Tell us about your writing process.
I write the endings first and then go back and fill in the chapters. I do a complete chapter outline to start eve though I jump from chapter to chapter not in order to complete.
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
I would say both since I believe they are real to me in my head I have conversations with them and also listen to their voice to create them on paper.
What advice would you give other writers?
Focus, make the time to put those creative ideas to paper. We all have a story to tell and it is when someone gets taken away for a short period in our storylines that we as Authors have written it well.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I chose the Indie route as a best seller took me under her wing and guided me through the entire process.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I think it is growing rapidly, I only hope guidelines are maintained for quality books to be put out to the public.
What do you use?: Professional Cover Designer, Professional Editor
What genres do you write?: Contemporary Romance
What formats are your books in?: Both eBook and Print