What can you tell us about your new release, Deceit: A Life of Lies?
This book follows the investigation in a small texas town torn apart by a series of brutal murders. The lead detective and criminal profiler, both, are unable to determine if they have the correct man, or if the criminal is still on the run. There is a major twist in the book, which will throw off readers entirely, leading to the main, dramatic climax.
What or who inspired you to become an author?
Many people have inspired me. Primarily my family and my third grade teacher. They all have instilled in me , over the years, the importance of literacy and utilizing my brain in its entirety.
What’s on your top 5 list for the best books you’ve ever read?
First and foremost, Gone With The Wind. Followed by: Fahrenheit 451, Murder on Orient Express, In Cold Blood, Carrie
Say you’re the host of a literary talk show. Who would be your first guest? What would you want to ask?
Stephen King. How do you keep your ideas flowing over the many years you’ve written?
What’s your favorite thing about writing?
Creating. The ability to create something from my brain that will, hopefully, be entertaining to every reader.
What is a typical day like for you?
Well, I am a nurse consultant, so I work until the evening hours. Then, once I’m home and work is sorted, I begin writing. I work best in the “wee” hours of the morning when everyone is asleep, and there’s total silence.
What scene in Deceit: A Life of Lies was your favorite to write?
The last chapter. I feel the entire book was very exciting and thrilling to write, but the last chapter was my favorite. It tied the entire piece together, and the ending twist made me want to read the book I’ve just written again and again.
Do you have a motto, quote or philosophy you live by?
From the words of my grandmother: “Anyone can be common, so be uncommon.”
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