I'm a bit behind the times, but I just found this article, from the Guardian, by Anne Enright about the two books she almost wrote last year. It talks about the process of finding your way into a new book, which is something that I have been musing on a lot lately (you may have noticed).
The Sound of Butterflies was the title of my first novel, published in the UK by Picador, in the US by William Morrow and in New Zealand by Random House, and translated into eight foreign languages. In 2009 my next novel, Magpie Hall, was published in New Zealand by Random House, and in 2012 my first novel for children, Red Rocks. This blog is my thoughts on the world of writing and books.
Photo by Sharon Blance.