You are the author of 9 self-published novels. Two of your works have won awards, and your book “Devil Went Down” made it to Harper-Collin’s Editor’s desk through Authonomy in 2014 and received a positive review. What book did you enjoy writing the most?
I’m floored that you want an interview from me, and it’s making it difficult for me to focus. Ha!
Anyway, that’s a very difficult question. I once heard an author describe her books as children. This idea totally works for me, because each one is very different, endears itself to me in different ways and caused me to face a specific set of challenges as an author. But if I had to give a direct answer, I would say that Devil Went Down was a ton of fun. It was the first time I experimented with writing from the perspective of a male MC. As a woman, trying to think like a man, and one that had been alive for centuries, was quite the task.
Running a close second was Dawn Rising. It was a blast rocking back and forth between the male MC and the female MC, as well as jumping in and out of the past. There are some great characters in it, too.