How many friends does a person need? You know, it’s funny. A writer friend, Julie Farley, and I were just talking about the perception most people have about writers. We both came to the conclusion that most people assume writers are solitary people who prefer their own company. Julie and I feel that we are not the same as other writer’s. Both of us need the company and companionship of friends to help keep us motivated and moving forward.
The last book I read was Finding Emma.
My favorite color is green. It coordinates with my favorite place in the world. Ireland.
Have you ever had writer’s block? If so, what do you do about it? Writer’s block. Every writer’s worst nightmare. When it happens to me I find a writing prompt and write through it.
How did you come up with the title? I came up with the title to my book as I listened to the soundtrack to The Phantom of The Opera. The Point of No Return epitomized the journey of my main character, Charley, and the choice she had to make.
How important do you think villains are in a story? Villains are as vital to a story as they are to life itself. They are the ying to the yang. You can’t have a hero or heroine without a villain of some sort. Just like in life.
Charley, a devoted wife and mother of five, has a life that looks picture perfect to those around her. But years of living life in a neglected marriage make her question her relationship with her husband. Charley spends sleepless nights writing in her journal and trying to find happiness in the life she has. She’s not sure she can continue living a dull, loveless life anymore.
When an old high school crush strikes up a conversation on the Internet, an innocent flirtation begins. Charley begins to, once again, feel alive and vibrant, but she quickly learns not everything is what it seems. Will her naiveté in the online world propel her toward the point of no return? Will the woman who seemed to have it all lose it in the blink of an eye? Or will Charley finally find the happiness she’s been craving?
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Genre – Romantic Suspense
Rating – R (adult language / sexual scenes)
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