Vintage era (1940-70) settings, mannerisms, sexual moors.Writing for the mature hero/heroine.Writing as a mature author.Public speaking tips/tricks for the newly published author (presented twice at Nat'l). Author Services: teach how create printable and internet usable promotional items (e.g., bookmarks, memes).
Personally, I find it difficult to talk about myself, even though I know it’s a big part of publicizing Nancy Fraser as a writer, and getting my name out there for everyone to see. I’d much rather be talking about writing, and what the act of creating entertaining fiction means to me.
Nothing is more satisfying than completing a book, whether it’s a twenty-thousand word novella, or an eighty-thousand word novel. The minute you hit the “save” button for the last time, it’s like the weight of the world has been lifted off your shoulders. Unfortunately, it’s truly only the beginning – but what a wonderful beginning.
Like most authors, I began writing at an early age, usually on the walls and with crayons or, heaven forbid, permanent markers. My love of writing often made me the English teacher’s pet which, of course, resulted in a whole lot of teasing. Still, it was worth it.
In my time away from writing, I dote on my five beautiful grandchildren. I am currently happily single (let’s face it, it’s difficult to find a man who can live up to my fictitious heroes) and enjoying life as is for the time being.
Despite my aversion to self-promotion, I’m on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nancy.fraser.908 and Twitter: @nfraserauthor. My website can be found at: www.nancyfraser.ca. Please feel free to follow me, like me, or just enjoy what I write.