Monday, 17 March 2014

My Writing Process – Blog Tour-- Sara Naveed

Writing has been always my favourite past time. It is the best thing that I can do. I've always believed that writing has been one of my greatest assets. 
As I saw all of the authors writing down their Monday blogs, I couldn't help writing my own. 
Here are the four questions that are asked mostly;

1. What am I working on?

Currently, I am not working on any novel. I have just finished writing my first book and I am still busy with its editing. I have a couple of stories in my mind and I just can't wait to pen down my thoughts to MS Word. 
So right now, I am busy editing my first novel.

2. How does my work differ from others of its genre?

Whenever I think to write something, it is always about romance. I'm not a very romantic person. Of course I can't say that about myself because only my partner can judge my romantic side better than anyone else. But when it comes to writing, I guess I'm better off as a romantic fiction writer. I love romance fiction books. I love this genre. 
When I write down romantic scenes, I assume myself in that scene. I assume how would I respond if I come across a similar romantic situation? So it comes of quite easy if I imagine myself into that particular scene. 
I try to put real emotions into my writing when it comes to romance. I do not try to fake it. I try my level best to describe each and every little detail while writing a romantic scene. A reader can easily relate him/herself while reading it.

3. Why do I write what I do?

I write romance simply because I love this genre. In fact, when it comes to reading, I would always pick up a romantic story instead of YA or fantasy books.
Romance is all about how individuals feel for their opposite sex. There is no life without romance. If there is no romance in your life, you are really missing out something big in your life. You have to experience it once. 

4. How does my writing process work?

Writing comes very easily to me. I do not have to sit back and think hard about what to write next in a novel. I know my characters from inside out. Once I have thought or developed a scene in my mind, it is easy to describe it in words.
You just need a good story to begin your writing. Once you've found a fantastic story, it doesn't really take much effort to write it down. 
I feel the dialogues between the characters should be very written. They describe your characters well.
I tend to enjoy books more that have less descriptions and more dialogues. That is why I have put more dialogue deliveries in my book than long, boring descriptions. They certainly put me off.


  1. Very nice Sister.
    So, finally today i checked out ur blog which I've been planing for a longer time but couldn't do it coz of so many things to be done.
    Looking forward for ur coming up writings :)

  2. i want to read fanfics written by u..
    is it possible???

    1. I've lost all of my fan fictions as I posted them at some forum years ago. Wait for my book Sania :)