**Who said time travel doesn't exist?
Have a look at one of For the Love of Writing's very first blog posts. **
That's why I'm writing about this and something else. Something we all still fear at times.
Another saying that we as writers have heard is: Write what you know.
It's easier that way, no? If you are a nurse, or have experience in the nursing field, then perhaps your characters or storylines reflect a bit of that in your books. If you are one of those who crave the affections of another, then your characters might act the same way. It's always simpler to write what you know.
If you write romance, you stick to romance. If you write horror, you stick to horror.
Yes, you may add a few elements of other genres in your writing but only a bit here and there.
Someone asked me the other day...what happens if you get stuck in a rut? What happens if you always ONLY stick to what you know and never explore writing about anything else?...... (Continue reading HERE)