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Lisa Renee Foiles ist eine amerikanische Schauspielerin, Moderatorin, Videospieljournalistin, Model, YouTuber und Autorin, die erstmals als Darstellerin der Nickelodeon-Serie All That bekannt wurde. Lisa Foiles. @AllThat & more I wrote a fantasy book! Grab one for a young reader in your life. ❤️ ”Ash Ridley & the Phoenix”. Lisa Foiles. Gefällt Mal. Actor, writer, singer. You might know me from 4 seasons on Nickelodeon's All That, Malcolm In The Middle, Leverage. Beitrag verfassen. Lisa Foiles, profile picture. Lisa Foiles ist bei Facebook. Melde dich an oder erstelle ein Konto, um dich mit Lisa Foiles zu verbinden. Entdecken Sie alle Hörbücher von Lisa Foiles auf hedmanmannheimer.se: ✓ 1 Hörbuch Ihrer Wahl pro Monat ✓ Der erste Monat geht auf uns.

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Not that I can dance. I can barely manage stage choreography if given enough time, if the choreographer yells at me enough.

And I always like to mention that because it gives me a chance to do my showbiz joke, which is that…see, I actually directed Tatiana in a production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves when she was eleven years old.

All the dwarves were paid by little girls with beards. Do you find that they feed together like that for you?

No, absolutely. And I did it many times. I understand the format. It takes me…you know, I could write a scene in five minutes. Definitely not as familiar with writing a novel.

How to write book. Like, I need to dream up lives for every single one of these characters, even the small ones. I feel close to these characters. In fact, I got to narrate the audiobook for Ash Ridley , which is so cool.

So I really did end up getting to perform my book. I did it right here in my studio, in my home studio, and I was sweating by the end of these chapters because my arms were flailing, and I was doing voices and accents and just going over the top and redoing lines that I thought I could do better.

And, in fact, at the very end, there is a scene that I genuinely started crying while I was recording it because I got so into the character and how she was feeling, and, you know, everything is going dark and being sad and scary, and I genuinely started crying.

So, there you go. Acting and writing. Come on. And if you do your own audiobook, you really cannot complain about the narrator.

I do not want to listen to it back. Crazy perfectionist. But it is a very different process and a very different feeling as a performer.

I was in a music video with somebody Ed. And so, it was this perfect marriage of theatre and TV acting and film acting because, you know, if we messed up, we could do it again, but at the same time, we had that instant feedback from the audience.

I mean, it was an audience full of kids, which does not give pity laughter. I mean, if your joke does not land, that place is silent.

So that was such a great experience. And if you can handle that and get through it and nail it and be happy with your performance. I mean, you can do anything.

Well, going back to…you said that you studied writing at university…well, first of all, where was that?

And was that just screenwriting, or was there some other forms of writing? So my college experience is a little…interesting. I was on the show for four years, and then I spent a couple more years, I think, like, one or two, in LA, doing some other roles and continuing to act.

And I just needed a break. I was seeing a lot of young child actors around me that were kind of falling into that horrible LA lifestyle.

And that was happening around me. And I so just did not want that to be part of me at all. And I was in LA working…I mean, this was around the time of being 17, And my parents supported that I wanted to step away for a little bit.

I had been going there my whole life to go to football games. You know, the whole thing. And I actually got a scholarship to the U of I for acting, like musical theatre acting, or whatever it was.

So I was just very frustrated with that. And looking back, I probably should have just done it anyway.

So I left that college almost immediately, like, I honestly only went to U of I for like, maybe a month, maybe less?

And it was just as much writing as you could do, everything from screenwriting to technical writing, expository writing, fiction writing, nonfiction writing.

I mean, you name it. I mean, they actually had me, like, writing articles and submitting them and pitching them to newspapers and magazines during this course.

So, it was very real-life. Like, I really have a passion for this. And just that…. It was amazing! Yes, of course. And I actually named it that… there are so many little Easter eggs in this book that if you know me, you know where it came from.

And there is this beautiful place in Oregon where there were these, like, these waterfalls and this lake, and it was like the most magic place I could escape to, and it was called Cascadia.

And I always thought that was the most beautiful word ever. And that just described this magical place I got to visit. So, Ash Ridley is this peasant girl living in Cascadia, and she is a stable hand to this horrible woman in a travelling circus of mythical beasts.

And, yeah, they just go from town to town putting on these shows. And one of the creatures in the circus is a very elderly Phoenix.

And she just, she loves this bird so much. And one night, this elderly Phoenix, which she names Flynn, starts coughing and wheezing and moulting and losing, you know, just the sparkle in his eyes, and he eventually, as the Phoenix does, bursts into flames and just becomes this pile of dust.

And that was exciting to me, that maybe this story was the first introduction to the legend of the Phoenix that little kids would ever have.

I mean, nobody in Cascadia has seen a Phoenix in however many hundreds of years, I think I said, like, five hundred years or something like that.

Ash and Flynn become best friends, and she has to, you know, navigate this new life, being bonded to this magical creature. Did you do an outline? Did you just start writing?

How did that work for you? Yes, I took six months to plan out the book, I believe. Could have been longer.

And I know that a lot of fantasy authors are good at coming up with their own fantasy creatures. You know, J. But I had so many of them in my book that I wanted them to all come from actual folklore and legends from all over the world.

So, it took me a very long time to research all of these creatures, you know, the Manticore and the Hydra and, you know, all these different creatures.

I wanted them…I wanted kids to be able to read the name of a fictional…of a magical creature in my book and be able to Google it and see what it looked like.

That was important to me. Part of my book is that Ash and Flynn are then swept away to a school, an academy that trains kids who are bonded to magical animals.

So, you know, obviously, like, every kid has a different animal, and I wanted them to all be from actual folklore from all over the world, you know, everything from Irish folklore, Scottish, to Norse.

You name it, I borrow a little bit from everything. And, yeah, so that took many months to learn about all of those creatures, put them all together and outline it.

Yeah, it took a long time. Very detailed. I mean, I just had that document up on my computer the whole time I was writing.

And, yeah, I think outlining is absolutely crucial. Well, one of the reasons I do this podcast is to find out how everybody does it. There are the extreme outliners.

Brett , who wrote a bestselling series called The Demon Cycle , and he writes page outlines before he writes an actual story. I mean, longer books than yours, obviously.

I fall somewhere in the middle myself. So, with the outline in hand, what did your actual physical writing process look like. How did you write?

Did you take a quill pen and sit under a pine tree somewhere? I should email you a picture of the laptop that I wrote this thing because it is the most broken, busted old Macbook you can imagine.

But that was my little writing machine, you know? I will just go and go and go and go. I want to say the whole process took about a year and a half, I think.

I think it took me a year from start to finish to, like, really get it to a place that I was ready to submit it.

After about a year and a half, I think so. So how did you work? Did you write a complete first draft and then go back to the beginning and revise or did you kind of do a rolling revision as you went along or how did that work for you?

I wrote the first draft, just anything that came to my mind. Go more into that. I know the back and forth and, you know, one-upmanship between two characters—is that the word?

I was doing other things. I was, you know, acting and hosting, and, you know, I was focused on that side of my career.

How long is it? How many pages did it end up being…? I think it ended up being maybe, like, one chapter longer than the first Harry Potter book?

So her chapters are about this long, so I want my chapters to be that long. And so, I like, really kind of used that to help me write it.

Like, again, this is my first novel. So, yeah, everybody…. We all start in different places. So it sounds like that writing course you took was ideal for getting you up to speed.

It was. I mean, I was yeah, I was writing way before that. I wrote my first screenplay when I was 13 years old, and I showed it to a director friend of mine who had directed a pilot, my very first pilot that I ever booked.

Like, why is he just not praising me for being this amazing child actor who can do anything? Like, no one will ever see this screenplay.

But those lessons he gave me were so, so valuable. And his name is Greg Atkins. And then after that, I wrote, you know, a couple of other TV shows.

I wrote…I mean, nothing that made it because I was, you know, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen. And I just kept anything that entered my head. I would just write it.

And then, I wrote my first novel that I never did anything with when I was around 14 or But yeah, I just never stopped writing.

And I kept a diary every single day as well. I thought it was really important at the end of the day, to just write what was never on my mind.

And I think that having somebody like that who takes it, I mean, takes it seriously. And my grade…I was 11, but I was in grade eight because I skipped a grade.

That made me think, OK, the next thing I write is going to be better than that. But like, the thing that I was working on at the time, I was like, this is it.

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This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Very detailed. I mean, I just had that document up on my computer the whole time I was writing.

And, yeah, I think outlining is absolutely crucial. Well, one of the reasons I do this podcast is to find out how everybody does it. There are the extreme outliners.

Brett , who wrote a bestselling series called The Demon Cycle , and he writes page outlines before he writes an actual story. I mean, longer books than yours, obviously.

I fall somewhere in the middle myself. So, with the outline in hand, what did your actual physical writing process look like.

How did you write? Did you take a quill pen and sit under a pine tree somewhere? I should email you a picture of the laptop that I wrote this thing because it is the most broken, busted old Macbook you can imagine.

But that was my little writing machine, you know? I will just go and go and go and go. I want to say the whole process took about a year and a half, I think.

I think it took me a year from start to finish to, like, really get it to a place that I was ready to submit it. After about a year and a half, I think so.

So how did you work? Did you write a complete first draft and then go back to the beginning and revise or did you kind of do a rolling revision as you went along or how did that work for you?

I wrote the first draft, just anything that came to my mind. Go more into that. I know the back and forth and, you know, one-upmanship between two characters—is that the word?

I was doing other things. I was, you know, acting and hosting, and, you know, I was focused on that side of my career.

How long is it? How many pages did it end up being…? I think it ended up being maybe, like, one chapter longer than the first Harry Potter book?

So her chapters are about this long, so I want my chapters to be that long. And so, I like, really kind of used that to help me write it.

Like, again, this is my first novel. So, yeah, everybody…. We all start in different places. So it sounds like that writing course you took was ideal for getting you up to speed.

It was. I mean, I was yeah, I was writing way before that. I wrote my first screenplay when I was 13 years old, and I showed it to a director friend of mine who had directed a pilot, my very first pilot that I ever booked.

Like, why is he just not praising me for being this amazing child actor who can do anything? Like, no one will ever see this screenplay.

But those lessons he gave me were so, so valuable. And his name is Greg Atkins. And then after that, I wrote, you know, a couple of other TV shows.

I wrote…I mean, nothing that made it because I was, you know, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen. And I just kept anything that entered my head.

I would just write it. And then, I wrote my first novel that I never did anything with when I was around 14 or But yeah, I just never stopped writing.

And I kept a diary every single day as well. I thought it was really important at the end of the day, to just write what was never on my mind.

And I think that having somebody like that who takes it, I mean, takes it seriously. And my grade…I was 11, but I was in grade eight because I skipped a grade.

That made me think, OK, the next thing I write is going to be better than that. But like, the thing that I was working on at the time, I was like, this is it.

This is the thing. And obviously, none of them ever were. But to this day, almost every project that I write has references, like all of them, you know, you remember old characters, you remember old scenes.

I was just thinking the other day how funny it would be to just, like, sit at a dinner table with all of my past main characters and just have a conversation.

Like, you know, this one over here in the half-written books. You know who did such and such? Oh, totally. And, you know, I think, like, the end of that little fun story would be like, you know, the one character that does get picked up, does get published.

But, you know, all the failures just helped me so much. Just write, write, write, write, write.

Whatever it is, just keep writing. That would be perfect in this scenario. And then, all of a sudden, it was…it had already been played out in my mind years ago.

I was very familiar with it. And boom. So, yeah. Going back to this book, I also wanted to ask you about the characters. You talked about how you did backstory for all of them.

So backstory is something we always talk about in anime, but…how did you decide what characters you needed? I mean, how did you develop these characters in your head?

And before you say that, is Ash a deliberate choice because of the Phoenix rising from the ashes? Well, her name is Ashton, which is a name I always liked.

And yeah, I did like that it was, you know, that you could compare that kind of, you know, the ash and ash. Yeah, I did.

I did really like that. And the one thing that was very important to me about Ashton Ridley was that she was not special. That always kind of was something I thought about growing up is, many of the books that I was reading, you know, the main character, the kid, was always, like, the Chosen One.

Or, like, their mom happened to be the queen of this planet, and so they were the prince or princess, you know, like, you know, Harry Potter had that crazy stuff happened, and then, like, Percy Jackson, like, you know, his dad, like every character I felt like had something already going for him before they were born, that then, you know, they fulfilled their destiny.

It was very important to me that Ash did not have a destiny, that she was not special, that her mom had passed away, that her dad was poor.

She had no friends, she was working for this horrible woman, you know, nothing, nothing going for her. I mean, this was like, this was going to be her life until Flynn came along.

And still, as the book goes on, one of the big themes is that Flynn is the special one, not her. So, she still feels like she has to prove herself during this whole journey.

So while it. See, I love stuff like that. I absolutely love stuff like that. In fact, there is…one of my half-written books, years ago, was sort of a comedy about people who had X-Men powers, but like bad powers, you know what I mean?

One of the special kids in that book is The King of Cats Ed. So, everywhere he goes, cats congregate around him and look at him adoringly.

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