The Huge Vomitus Mass

It takes me a very long time to write an outline (they’re usually incredibly detailed), from which I write the first draft at an exceedingly rapid rate of speed. Then, once the first draft is completed, there’s a long period of time where I contemplate how to make the huge vomitus mass my subconscious has disgorged into something readable.

Nebula Awards 2010 Interview: M.K. Hobson – SFWA. [online] Available at: https://www.sfwa.org/2011/08/nebula-awards-2010-interview-m-k-hobson/ [Accessed 21 Jan. 2020].

Nebula Awards 2010 Interview: M.K. Hobson – SFWA. [online] Available at: https://www.sfwa.org/2011/08/nebula-awards-2010-interview-m-k-hobson/ [Accessed 21 Jan. 2020].

I Like To Put Some Funny Into My Writing

I like to put some funny into my writing, and unless your main character is a wisecracker, it’s hard to be funny and yet still have the distance you need when you want things to get serious. In third person, I can go from ridiculous to deadly serious without the characters seeming inconsistent.

Nebula Awards 2010 Interview: M.K. Hobson – SFWA. [online] Available at: https://www.sfwa.org/2011/08/nebula-awards-2010-interview-m-k-hobson/ [Accessed 21 Jan. 2020].