3. What do you hope will be the everlasting thoughts for readers who finish your book? What should remain with them long after putting it down? I hope the narrative is as unpredictable to read as it was for me to write. While working on the novel I told a friend I was rooting for a certain character and she laughed, telling me I was insane. I should know the outcome to my own story. But I was so committed to the characters that I myself didn’t know what would happen until I let the narrative play out in my head and it did, like a movie reel, until I wrote it down in longhand on paper and then revised as I input it on the computer.
6. What great challenges did you have in writing your book? It sounds ridiculous, but I had no real challenges while writing this book other than the fact I struggled to find the time, as most writers do, to actually write.
7. If people can only buy one book this month, why should it be yours? It’s a quick page turner with some drastic insights about relationships between men and women and how far one woman will go to find the man she loves. A reader can easily get through Inside V during a long plane ride or a lazy weekend.
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