If you’ve read Tears of Min Brock, did you wonder how I came up with certain scenarios or why I allowed this or that to happen?
Rachel, who is reviewing my book, did and emailed me some great questions.
What did the tulip represent?
Is the book’s title significant?
How about the fact that Elabea never received a new name?
To read my responses to these and many other questions, check out Just a Book Crazy, Jane Austen Lovin’ Gal.
If you haven’t read Tears of Min Brock, I must warn you that there are some spoilers. Hopefully these won’t ruin it for you but will pique your interest to dive in!
I've played bass for Shania Twain, had a black rhino charge me while on safari, and I've been in the Oval Office. In high school, I went backstage to interview groups like Bob Seger, Rush and Kansas, sorta like "Almost Famous" but without Kate Hudson! As an author, I draw from all these experiences (and then some) when crafting my stories. The quote that sums me up the best is by G.K. Chesterton: "Nay, the really sane man know that he has a touch of the madman."
I'm married, the father of four wonderful children, and a proud grandfather. I currently live near Nashville, TN where I write, bike and am always on the prowl for adventure and stories.
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