Maxym Martineau is a novelist, a copy editor and an author of several small business articles for entrepreneurs. She has a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature and while her primary focus is creative writing, blogging has always held a special place in her heart. Her mission with this blog is to speak to the trials and tribulations associated with the path to becoming a published author. And now, a quick note from the author herself!
Maxym’s conversational bio
Hello, my lovely readers!
Thanks so much for taking the time to visit my site. As a novelist, I’ve ran into my fair share of hiccups and bumps, and I just wanted to share my experiences with all of you. Peruse my blog, check out the helpful links section, or contact me if you have any questions or comments. I’m happy to connect with other readers and writers! You can sign up for my newsletter if you’re interested in staying “in the know,” or you can simply check back in your spare time. Now that we have the specs out of the way, a few lovely tidbits about me:
- I primarily write fantasy and romance novels, though I have an appreciation for most genres.
- I’m borderline addicted to Dr. Pepper — fountain over can, can over bottle (I can’t stand the taste of plastic).
- I love guacamole and delicate sweets (I make some kick-ass cookies around the holidays).
- My favorite TV shows (in no particular order) are South Park, Rick and Morty, Archer, Say Yes to the Dress, Supernatural, Law and Order: SVU, basically anything on Adult Swim, and all things anime. I love me some anime.
- I’m terrified of moths.
- I dream every night (that’s where I get most of my inspiration).
- I love my job.
- My writing process is basically six hours of procrastination while I stare at a blank computer screen, followed immediately by frantic typing as I try to capture what suddenly popped into my head in a random spurt of creativity.
- I have two dogs and cat — they’re my babies.
- I’m an open book, just ask me!
And that’s about it for now! Hope you enjoy my site. Happy reading!
-Maxym Martineau (M3)