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Interview With Che Moon

Here at Hopeful Heartbreakers we love working with new authors and reading their work. Keep scrolling to get to know Che Moon. Be sure to check out her catalog and don't forget to leave a review.

1. What inspired you to start writing? 

There isn't one exact thing that inspired me, honestly. It's just something I've always done. It's always been a productive means of expression. Everyone naturally has their thing, writing is that for me. 

2. What, in your opinion, are the most important elements of good writing?

Good elements for me are something relatable, realistic. Really just write, don't worry about all the fears that come with it or the fact that some people may not enjoy it. If you enjoy what you wrote, write it. A good plot, a fine ass book bae is sure to make whatever you write good. 

3. When did you consider yourself a writer?

Probably in the eighth grade. That is when I started actually cultivating stories with a real story line and sharing it with my friends. 

4. How much "world building" takes place before you start writing?

It depends. I've found it easier to outline, print out inspiration, make a small scrapbook with my character and all there is to know about them. But sometimes I just write, whatever my character is saying I just write it. 

5. Describe your perfect book hero or heroine.

The perfect book hero is a man who has his head on right, knows how to treat a woman. Knows how to properly check a woman or anyone for that matter. A boss in his own right. The guy that every woman wants to get a piece of but he's not easily accessible or friendly. The perfect book Heroine depends on the story but for me they must have at least these key things. They should be gentle, love softly, about her business, well rounded.