I really like to focus on characters and letting them tell the story. I try to keep out of it as much as possible. I’m a discovery writer in a way.
#amwriting #legendsofgreenisle book two "The Mirror Sliver" - It's coming soon! I haven't forgotten my duty as an author to complete the series. Life has just gotten in the way. I haven't blogged in a way, because I was concentrating on finishing my thesis and rewriting the first book in the series. Of course, thesis... Continue Reading →
Many thanks to LocGlin at Books and Banter for the wonderful interview of #LegendsOfGreenIsle and book one "The Forgotten Spell." Please take a few moments to visit the blog. LocGlin has highlighted many wonderful authors and new releases. http://locglin.blogspot.com/2016/01/constance-wallace-interview-and-her.html
Hi everyone! I hope you are enjoying the Christmas month so far. I wanted to extend a personal invitation to visit my friend LocGlin and his blog "Books and Banter" on January 27, 2016. Legends of Green Isle will be the spotlight as well as an interview with yours truly. And if you need a... Continue Reading →
As any writer knows, its finishing that last sentence of the story which is the trophy of any writing. When writing a series, books can be spaced apart as many as three years, and it can be difficult remembering certain points or plots which you constructed in a previous book. So how do you finish... Continue Reading →
Legends of Green Isle is my baby. Six books with the possibility of three additional ones which tell the back story of Green Isle, has been in the process since 2003. I'm amazed at how people can generate books within a few short months. I guess that's why I'm blogging about Legends today, because it's... Continue Reading →
As an author, stories come to me in many different circumstances. This particular series was actually a dream I had one night and then, another night. It was as if the muses were speaking directly to me, and something wonderful was in the beginnings of being created. This happened in 2003. Now it is 2011. Eight years... Continue Reading →