We are only a week away from the kick off of Wattpads best fan run event, the Wattpad Block Party hosted by Kelly Anne Blount. Bringing together some of Wattpads biggest writers, along with new and incredibly up and coming favorites, this is the one compilation that gives you your favs with intros to new hits.
And we are bringing you behind the scenes with us as we count down to the start of the event on February 1. We’ve been asking the participating authors a series of questions to hint to their posts, and get you even more excited for the start.
Here is this features question:
Tell us about writing your post…was it hard? exciting? different? What can readers expect?
And here are their answers!
@winx1348 My post is a sneak peek at the first chapter of a new story I’m working on that will be posted on Wattpad in a month or two. It was definitely different writing it, as the story itself is such a jump from my comfort zone – from contemporary to an action story focusing around a spy syndicate, though I’m really excited to see how it’s received!
@shaunallan my post is from Sin’s point of view and has him discussing an issue he’s had for a little while, now. He seems to think he’s fictional. I can’t think where he gets the idea from! It’s always fun to write as Sin, to be honest. He and I are so closely intertwined, I thoroughly enjoy getting my Sin Hyde head on!
@druidrose My post was relatively easy in that it is the first chapter of my third book that I had written since November. It was just a matter of editing… the hard part was writing the introduction to it, truth be told. But I’m excited to finally reveal it, and I hope my readers enjoy it because I’m more than ready to start sharing this!
@OutOfMyLimit17 My post was something new for me. It is a darker theme than what I normally do. It is a chapter from my upcoming mafia story. But I am super excited to try something new and test the waters for something different!
@Me2you804 My post is a one shot set a few years prior to The Billionaire’s Housekeeper. I struggled a lot with writing the piece because I couldn’t decide what I wanted to write. I kept changing my mind on what I wanted to happen and how much I wanted to reveal. I am so indecisive at the moment. Hopefully the readers will enjoy what I’ve written!
@Sbrobinson my post is an inspiring tutorial. I’m sharing with writers and those planning on writing ways to use Scrivener to create a storyboard. It includes screenshots from my Storyboards and tips for organizing with the corkboard option.