Before she settled down as a full-time novelist and writing instructor, Susan Dennard travelled the world as a marine biologist. She is the author of the Something Strange and Deadly series as well as the Witchlands novels. And when not writing, she can be found hiking with her dogs, exploring tidal pools, or earning bruises at the dojo.
This International Women's Day we're celebrating some of the incredible female voices in sci-fi and fantasy.
We caught up with Susan Dennard, author of the epic adventures Truthwitch and Windwitch to get an insight into her writing process, and her step-by-step guide to revising her books!
We sat down with Susan Dennard, author of Truthwich and Windwitch to find out her top tips for writing, and how she writes an ending that glows.
by @stdennard - 5 minutes ago
RT @SajidahWrites: When I was 20 & doing my creative writing degree, the profs told us the average age at which people get published was in…
by @stdennard - 1 hours ago
@zlikeinzorro I don't know...I think that 90% is luck. HA. Because a lot of us work sooooo damned hard and still never sell/break out. 😫
by @stdennard - 3 hours ago
RT @JulieEshbaugh: I read this thread by @stdennard at 2 AM this morning! It's a great thread, and I think it's all been said, but here's m…
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A #shelfie for your Monday. Also, welcome to my office. It's kind of a mess, but I like it that way....
by @SusanDennardAuthor - 17 days ago
Happy birthday to my fellow February Pisces, @alexbracken!! Thank you for being such a support these...
by @SusanDennardAuthor - 23 days ago
As always, a fabulous event with @elise.kova at @barnesandnobleneshaminy. We discussed diatoms, how ...
by @SusanDennardAuthor - one month ago
Before and after shots of my mad dash to get ready in the LAX bathroom before the first #Sightwitch ...
I did a keynote for WriteOnCon about how much I suck. No seriously, I did. I talked about a multi-y...