THE WRITING PART
Q. Thank you for agreeing to this interview. Briefly, about yourself?
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to be interviewed by you. So, a little about me…I’m an Ohio native who loves to garden and read and bake really delicious pies.
Q. What genre is/are your book(s)?
Q. What draws you to this genre?
I just write what’s in my head, and it happens to be what is categorized as literary fiction. What is beautiful about this genre is the opportunity to really get deep down into a character’s soul.
Q. Briefly, what led up to last/latest book?
Also, Please describe what the story/book is about in one sentence. In one sentence I’d say: “The devil comes to town.”
Q. What was the time frame for writing your last book?
I wrote The Summer that Melted Everything in one month during the summer I was twenty-eight.
Q. How much research do you do?
It varies from novel to novel. With The Summer that Melted Everything I had to research the 1980s. How people dressed and how they were as a collective culture of that decade. It wasn’t too much research involved with this novel. But my most recent novel had much more research because it takes place during the Second World War, so I had to research the major events of the war, the Holocaust, and make sure I got the timeline concrete to the truth.
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