On the Flip Side is a contemporary Christian young adult standalone novel that follows the dual POVs of twin sisters, Kennedy and Katie Oliver, as one sister is trapped in a toxic relationship with a narcissist. Since On the Flip Side is the first novel I’ve written from a dual POV, writing this book has been both a fun and difficult learning experience. If you’re new to writing dual POVs, I pray these lessons I’ve learned can help you better narrate your own WIP from two or more perspectives
With three published books, and two on the way, that will stay within the contemporary Christian YA genre, I’ve pretty much stayed true to the genre as an author. However, that doesn’t mean I’ve not considered branching out.
Today, I’m spilling the tea on some genres and age brackets I’ve considered writing for in the future.
It’s been over ten years since I wrote my debut novel, and over five years since I published it. How have I grown as a writer during this time? Click to read about the top three areas I feel I’ve most improved in.
After 1 and 3/4 years, I finally finished writing The Dream (The Ballad of Emery Brooks, #3). For a much more detailed recap, click to read the hot mess journey I’ve taken over the past two months to get there! 😛
Have you tried the IOS app, Word Tracker, for keeping track of your writing progress? If not, you’re missing out! Check out my in-depth review of the app, and why I think it’s a must-have for new and seasoned writers!
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