In celebration of A Sky Full Of Stars being out in both e-book and paperback, I thought I would share the Pinterest mood board I created while planning and writing the book.
I’ve been a Pinterest addict for years, so when I found out how useful it could be in my writing life, I was thrilled! It was fun to bring my characters to life with the many visuals available on the app. I not only found celebrity inspiration for the characters, but also the kinds of outfits they would wear, what music they would listen to, and quotes that would mean something to them. Writers are used to words as their medium, so bringing in visuals to support my words was so helpful and motivating. I will definitely do more mood boards in the future!
If you’d like to take a look at the mood board for A Sky Full Of Stars, click here. Happy browsing! And if you’d like to get a hold of a copy of my book, a link is on my homepage. Thanks for reading (and looking)!
This is the full paperback cover for A Sky Full Of Stars, and I love it! I have to give a shoutout to SelfPubBookCovers.com/vikncharlie for the beautiful design. If you’re a fellow indie author, I highly recommend SelfPubBookCovers.com! My experience with them has been wonderful.
My journey with this book is coming to an end since the paperback edition will be released soon. I have learned so much in the thirteen months since I wrote the very first (and very rough!) draft. I feel like I have grown so much as a person and a writer. Soon I will have to write a separate blog post about that!
I have two other unfinished manuscripts that will need my attention in the coming months, but A Sky Full Of Stars will always have a special place in my heart since it’s my first full-length novel. My biggest hope is that others enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it!
I’m so excited (and also nervous) to finally put my book out into the world! Actually, I think I’m feeling all the feelings, but mostly excitement and nervousness are at the forefront!
Better to write for yourself and have no public, than to write for the public and have no self.