Danielle Mathieson Pederson
Danielle began writing fiction before she learned how to write cursive. She started writing her first novel at fifteen and hasn’t looked back since. Although she uses a vast array of notebooks to jot down anything that comes to mind, she also loves her technology and thrives on writer apps and has hard drives full of stories and novels. Danielle’s pride and joy, and greatest weakness, is her over-active imagination. She has more ideas than she knows what to do with, but she also has real trouble with the horror genre both in film and novels.
When she was in college she started to reach out to other writers and her writing leapt forward in both its creativity and quality. As years passed, she kept learning and discovered that she had things to offer to other writers and Other World Press came to life. She is also in the process of becoming an expert at Guest Blogging with help from Jon Morrow.
She can’t wait to help other writers – her two biggest tips to novice writers? Read what you want to write and daydream/people watch often.