How do you write? From an outline? Do character development? Or are you a pantser?
What is the hardest part of writing for you? Starting? Creating a scene? Dialog? Tension?
What does your editor remind you to do most often?
We have all experienced rejection. Give an example of one you’ve had, and how you learned to write past it.
What has surprised you the most in writing/publishing? What frustrated you the most?
What do you know now about writing that you wished you had known sooner?
What is some of the best writing advice that you’ve received or could give?
The posh party proves to be a recipe for disaster when Hollis Haberman sours spirits by bringing his own hot new dish—his young trophy wife. With Hollis’s son and ex-wife in attendance, there may be more heat at the table than in the kitchen. By aperitifs, Sophie discovers Hollis swallowing his last bits of air, and she must scramble to stop a killer before the swanky supper becomes anyone else’s last meal.