Written In the Stars Anthology Spotlight: Breezy Jones

Written in the Stars Author: Breezy Jones

Interview with Breezy Jones:

Tell us what prompted you to start the series? Be as detailed as you want. 

I saw a cover for a different genre but it made me think of Disney descendants. So I decided to do a set of fairytale descendants academy. Malefic mixology specifically was inspired by maleficent.

How did you feel as you were writing the first book? Has that feeling changed between then and now? If so, how? 

I felt excited to be starting a new world and a girly twist on the dark fairytale. I feel a lot the same continuing it.

How many times have you had a specific idea for the story but it has been derailed because the characters decide to go a different way? 

That doesn’t often happen to me because I’m a huge plotter. But sometimes I’ll rework my plot if the writing isn’t working.

What was the most difficult part in writing the series? 

Not writing myself into a whole. Lol, I’ve done that with my winters series. Where the details must all connect and fit while staying within the realm I’ve created.

If you could give advice to anybody else considering writing a series, what advice would you give? 

Keep track of all the details. Even if you think it’s unimportant I promise it is.

About the Author:

Breezy lives in a small town in Florida with her husband, daughter, son and three furbabies, as a SAHM. If you ask what first got her into writing, she’ll tell you it was over the ending of Divergent. She remembers laughing at the first person to suggest that she could write a book, but chose to give it a shot.

When she’s not writing Breezy splits her time among her many hobbies; reading, repainting dolls, makeup and graphic design, just to name a few. These things don’t come without a cost; coffee and wine. While writing hasn’t always been her goal, she has fallen in love with building a world from nothing and watching it flourish.

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