First, I’d love to give away a copy of this book. If you’d like to be entered in the drawing, just leave me a note to that effect in today’s comments. I’ll announce the winner tomorrow and get a book right out to you!
Okay . . . questions?
Dana asked: Do you wish to write more historical fiction in the future? Do you prefer writing modern or historical fiction (i.e. which is more fun)?
I enjoy writing historical fiction because I enjoy research and learning new things, and I think it’s fascinating to put people in historical situations. But contemporary fiction is just as much fun (if writing is fun at all).
As to whether I’ll do any more of it . . . . that depends. Right now the market is very tight, and publishers are wanting authors to stick close to what they do best (i.e., what has sold the most for them in the past.) For me, that’s character-driven contemporary stories like THE NOTE, so I’ll be writing more of those, Lord willing.
If you have any other questions, be sure to leave them below and I’ll try to pop in today to answer them. I’m going to be out of town for most of next week, so I’ll be busy making a few preparations . . . . and trying to get over another bout of bronchitis. Ick. 🙂