Shunned: Outcasts in the Land
What is your book about?
My book is about three issues:
· it's a muckraker dealing with the antidepressant industry;
· It's a murder mystery;
· Its theme is about the book title, Shunned, regarding how society chooses to separate itself from those who challenge it.
Why did you write it?
I wrote it to fulfill my need to tell stories and especially to describe the horrors of antidepressant addiction.
What are three reasons people should buy it?
It's a fast-paced read that can open the minds of readers to new concepts.
What challenges did you overcome to pen it?
There was considerable research I had to do on antidepressant usage, while keeping the story in a very readable, fictional format.
Any advice for struggling writers?
My only advice: learn to write fluently before you decide to write!
Where do you see book publishing is heading?
I hope that one day the "best-seller" list will be filled with self- published books, opening the monopoly of publishing companies.
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Should there be guidelines for authors to follow?
What should authors not write about?
Will we never see another Shakespeare?
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