I have started two creative writing courses this week. The first is about writing horror. It’s been interesting and I’m enjoying it. I’m hoping it makes me a better horror writer. The second course is mystery writing, to make myself a better mystery writer. Both show promise, but I think I will get more out of the horror writing class than the mystery. Oddly, I am still working on Competitive Dreams as I start these courses, and I admit I am a little concerned about it. I had hoped to be finished with Competitive Dreams before the courses started. I have concerns that the courses will change the writing style for the end of the book; it happens with me. I learn a new technique and immediately want to apply it to something; it can feel disjointed.
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I have been writing novels and short stories since I was 8 years old. I have no specific genre that I prefer to write in because I enjoy the challenge of trying to write outside my comfort zone. I run my own business to allow me time to write. I enjoy playing darts, traveling, reading anything I can get my hands on. While writing may be my first passion, history is my second. I hold a degree in History from the University of Missouri and pursue it in my free time. View all posts by Hadena James