Janie De Coster love of reading is what inspired her to take a step into the writing world. She pens stories of real life drama. She wants to connect with her readers on a level they can relate to.
Janie De Coster is a writer of several genres. She writers paranormal with her first novel Dark Side of Love released April14 2014. Her romance novel Love At Midnight in the Anthology A Man for Every Season was released December 16 2013. Her romantic suspense novel Frienemies was released on Nov 21 2013. Her urban novel What My Sister Didn’t Know has been re released on March 19 2015 followed by book 2 on March 25 2015. Janie De Coster likes to travel, shop and spend quality time with her husband, children and grand children. You can contact Janie De Coster through her website http://tinyurl.com/levp2j2 or her blog janiede.blogspot.com and on twitter at @janiedecoster
What inspires you to write?
What inspires me to write is real life events. Things that surrounds me such as everyday life problems helps me put pen to paper. I try to keep it very real in my stories.
Tell us about your writing process.
No I am not an outliner so I guess I am a pants writer. My characters when I create their names helps me describe them and what role they would play in my story.
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
I listen to my characters. They do the talking and they tell me what comes next.
Who are your favorite authors?
My favorite author is Kimberla Lawson Roby and the Curtis Black series keeps me up at night.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I have self published earlier in my writing career but now I have signed with a publisher. What influence me to sign with a publisher is the opportunity to get my novels into more outlets than I would have on my own.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I think the future of book publishing is going to be much different. Ebooks have taken over and with technology such as ipads, iphones and itunes they all are great sources to get your book out there fast. But with that said there is still a lot of die hard paper back readers. And those people prefer holding a brand new paper back in hand. So I believe the future ob book publishing will be bright for both preference.
What genres do you write?
I write in contemporary, romance and paranormal,
What formats are your books in?