What’s the difference (at least for you!) between being a writer and an author? How do you shift gears between the two?
Q. Any advice or tips for aspiring writers?
L.B. Wells: If writing is in your heart and soul, you need to explore it. Get your laptop or pen and paper out and start writing. Don’t stop. If you’re blocked, take a break and come back to it. It should feel rhythmic and natural.
What would you say is your interesting writing quirk?
I manage to intertwine sarcastic wit with a serious edge and then blasting the reader with a number of sensual experiences, from sensing love to sensing an experience in the Operating Room or medical school.
Tune in is as successful Board Certified Surgeon and author, L.B. Wells, discusses sex, love, ambition, feminism in a male-dominated world, societal expectations and so much more! Be sure to get your copy of her book, "The White Coat Effect."