Hello Lillian

What is your writing schedule like?
I'm retired from my day job so I can set my own schedule. I usually write in the morning until about 10 AM when my creative energy is at its peak.
How much of the book is based in real life?
The only "real life" part of the book would be Raven's time in recovery. Even though I wasn't ever thrown off a cliff, I was diagnosed with bilateral brain tumors in 2012. I used my own experiences to help me write about Raven's recovery.
What makes this a "must read" and why?
It has it all! Lots of action. Lots of mystery. And a handsome hero. What more could you want?
Do you have advice for other writers?
1. Write every day. Even if you only write for 15 minutes every day, by the end of the year you would have a full-length novel.
2. Join a critique group and listen and learn from them.
3. Don't quit! Just because something takes longer than you want doesn't mean that it's not worthwhile.
What is the spiritual takeaway for your reader?
Trust God during the storms of your life.
What is your heroine's main character flaw?
She's too much of a loner (like me). Because of that, she puts herself at risk rather than asking for help.
What can readers learn from your villain?
That being famous doesn't mean a person is a good person.
What makes your hero heroic?
He's willing to go the extra mile to help others.
what makes your heroine heroic?
She's willing to risk her own safety to make sure no one else is kidnapped or hurt.

 

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