What was the hardest part about writing your novel: Getting started? Keeping it going? Finding the perfect ending?
The answer would be . . . writing with a newborn. I was literally plotting this story in the hospital with him and had to turn it in when he was 10 months old . . . and then doing a massive rewrite when he was 14 months old. (I had not planned on having a baby after signing the contract for the series, but you gotta do what you gotta do.) Other than that, it was getting the romantic relationship right, but that’s always one of the hardest parts for me.
What trait do you love most about your main character?
That he’s determined to be a better person, even if it denies him what he wants.
When readers get to the last page, what do you hope they take away from the story?
That they should trust in God and His promises and not in themselves.
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