"Rhymes. Can’t often put them in novels, though." - Jessica Leader, author of Nice and Mean.
"I'm overfond of assonance and repetition." - Saundra Mitchell, author of Shadowed Summer.
"Nothing in writing is a device for me. Honestly, I just don't think about things that much! For me every story already exists somewhere. It's just my job to channel it accurately." - Michelle Zink, author of Prophecy of Sisters.
Be sure to come back Tuesday to see who hears the music when they write and who thinks silence is golden.