On writing: why I write

All writers seem to have always written, and this could be quite an accurate summary of my story, too. I’ve always enjoyed writing in school, and not only for class-related reasons: I was a teenager when I started to write my first novel. It was a complex fantasy saga, where a young female heroin embarked on […]

On writing: THE W SERIES

W was born from a very personal need. I have always loved novels, reading stories about anything and everything, from real tales about women (which ended up becoming my genre of writing) to any kind of science fiction – space opera, time travel, alternative realities, anything that showed creativity and a pinch of craziness. I have also always […]

Fear of a white page

Inspiration doesn’t always come easy, especially when you’re waiting for it to save you. A white page is full of potential: it contains infinite possibilities of plots, characters and worlds; it has the power to transform itself into light and darkness, humor and desperation, mystery and romance, all at the same time. It’s like the universe just before the Big […]

Leap Day

  Leap Day is like electing a new President: a convoluted thing that luckily only happens once every four years. Leap Day is like missing your flight because you went to the airport at 5 pm instead of 5 am: the effect of a calendar approximation. Leap Day is like getting a two dollar bill as a change: weird, but somehow cool.   I […]