The Next Big Thing is a questionnaire going around the author community. Jennifer Brink tagged me, after talking about her book Cerulean Seas, The Jessica Hart Series. Participants answer, and then tag five more authors to participate. Tags at the bottom. Also, you'll find guest authors' questions and answers below. Please check out their websites.
What is the working title of your next book?
working on Remember When. I have three on the back burner, Famous in a Small Town, Sundown Gossip, and waiting to be titled is the third
in the series of A Southern Country Novel.
(update) Famous in a Small Town got bumped up in the ranks of which novel is next and is available at Amazon.com).
Where did the idea come from for the book?
When began when I sat down at my laptop and typed the first thing that
came to mind. I never know where I’m going with it at first. I start off
with a mystery that I have to figure out as I go. My main character is
always at the end of her rope in the beginning, in dire straits in the
middle, and hanging by a thread near the end.
What genre does your book fall under?
When, Entering Southern Country, and Sundown Gossip are Mystery/Thriller/Romance/Southern Gothic. A Southern Country Novel series are
all Mystery/Thriller/Humor/Southern Gothic.
What actors would you choose to play the part of your characters in a movie rendition?
Are we talking major motion picture?
What is the one-sentence synopsis of your book?
When ~ Disappointment from a miscarriage and divorce, Thera Logan
decides to move back to her hometown of Tahlequah, Oklahoma and start a
new life, but before she can catch her flight out of Seattle, an event takes place that puts her life in jeopardy, and it won't be the last of these events.
Will your book be self-published or represented by an agency?
How long did it take you to write the first draft of the manuscript?
month for Remember When, one week for A Vanilla Christmas (Novella),
three months each for Happy Valley (1st in the series of A Southern
Country Novel) and Mississippi Gambler, and Faded Rose,
What other books would you compare this story to within your genre?
like to write similar to what I like to read. I’m a Harlan Coben, Lee
Child, John Grisham, Janet Evanovich, and Sandra Brown fan. To be as
good as these listed authors would be a dream come true.
Who or what inspired you to write this book?
I’m a restless daydreamer in need of adventure.
What else about the book might pique the reader's interest?
Dark mystery, thriller, drama, humor, southern settings, southern characters,
surprise, romance, murder, sexual tension, and a few very unusual
characters thrown in the mix.
Please check out the author links below.
Wayne Zurl ~ http://www.waynezurlbooks.net/
Barbara Boswell Brunner ~ http://www.dogmathebook.com/
D. A. & S. F. Swem ~ http://www.voldamar.com/Voldamar_Blog/
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Vanilla Lillian Carver has given up on love. Every relationship has left her disappointed and heartbroken, from a high school romance, to a broken engagement, and then jilted at the altar. She’s decided that she's through with love. It was a good plan until the day her true love returns after he had disappeared twelve years earlier without even saying goodbye. She's afraid to trust him again. Her heart and common sense battle it out, because there are too many unanswered questions that she’s afraid to ask him. Poor Lily! She’s running in circles.December 14th through the 17th 2012, A Vanilla Christmas will be FREE for your Kindle device.
A Vanilla Christmas
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