“One thing I’ve learned is you have to be really consistent, you have to write every day, because every novel is a really long process. It takes hours — and by that, I mean lots and lots of hours,” he says.
“And you have to cut out time from other things in order to do that. I think that’s where I really had to learn to have a schedule, because otherwise, if I just waited until I was feeling like writing, I would actually more feel like watching Netflix and I would never get it done.”
The 52-year-old was born in Moose Jaw, but grew up in southwest Saskatchewan, on a ranch in the Cypress Hills area. Slade now lives in Saskatoon, and says he "can't imagine living anywhere else" outside of Saskatchewan.
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