Friday, 24 May 2013

'Write What You Feel', says Ksenia Anske

Ksenia Anske quit her career in 2012 so that she could write full-time. Since then, her debut novel Siren Suicides has developed into a trilogy that's currently being edited, and writing it (and tweeting lots and lots about it) has helped her to access and write out some deeply painful personal memories.

After following her on Twitter for quite some time, I've decided to ask Ksenia for a little inside information on the writing itself. She is very open about her history and the emotions and experiences that fueled her first book (so do read her blog), but I wondered how exactly you can turn something so personal into a fictionalised form - and even show it to the world?

Click HERE to visit my website and read the interview!

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