Question: What is your greatest difficulty when writing fiction, and how do you overcome it?
When writing fiction, my story keeps opening up other doors. I actually fall in love with the characters, the settings; I live in a world with them for as long as I can. I don't want to let them go and I keep writing and writing. Thus, a project that is supposed to take two months, takes a year and more. To overcome this weakness, I write a plan for every book--and follow strictly.
About Tifuh Awah
Tifuh Awah is a Cameroonian. She studied English and Journalism and Mass Communication and later trained as a Language and Literature Teacher. She writes Literary fiction, scripts, plays, lyrics, and illustrated kids' books. Her novels include After School Desires, A Beggar's Quest for Daimonds, Tasha and the River Goddess, and Princess Miya.
Her Amazon author page is amazon.com/author/esthertifuhawah. She lives in Yaoundé, Cameroon.