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Monday, July 2, 2012

Question and Answers with Author Andrea Kane - plus excerpt from her new book, "The Line Between Here and Gone"

Today, I'm hosting a Question and Answer with author Andrea Kane, plus an excerpt stop for her new book, "The Line Between Here and Gone."



Excerpt:

"He was her child, her miracle.

Her responsibility.

She hasn’t planned on facing motherhood alone. In fact, when Paul had disappeared from the picture, she hasn’t even known she was pregnant."

(To follow along on the blog tour's excerpt trail, check out this link - http://booktrib.com/blog-tour-between-here-and-gone/)


Questions and Answers with Andrea Kane:


1. Q: Where do you do most of your writing?

A: Wherever my Pomeranian lets me. It’s amazing where he can place his snout, his paws, his tail and his body on my laptop to prevent me from writingJ

 2. Q: Do you have an inspiration board for each book? Maybe a scrapbook? What inspires you when you’re writing?

A: No boards, no scrapbooks. I’m a pretty cerebral person. For me, the inspiration comes from within – characters with a story they’re excited to tell!

3. Q: Are any characters in the book based on people you know or have met in your personal life?

A: I am constantly inspired by people (and animals) I meet while researching my novels: FBI agents, cops, other law enforcement personnel, doctors, nurses, vets, dogs, as well as people I meet in my everyday life. I think my characters embody the best and worst traits of all of them. Working closely with the FBI has given me the opportunity to see integrity, dedication, intelligence, and insightfulness up close and personal.

4. Q: Which part of THE LINE BETWEEN HERE AND GONE was the most enjoyable to write?

A: The best part of writing THE LINE, for me, was bringing back the whole FI team. They've become so real to me, I love "spending" more time with them!

5. Q: Which part was the least enjoyable?

A: My readers know how I feel about children and animals. And, as a mother, it was so hard for me to write from Amanda's perspective as she watched her critically ill baby struggle for his life.


About The Author:
Andrea Kane’s psychological thriller THE GIRL WHO DISAPPEARED TWICE became an instant New York Times bestseller, the latest in a long string of smash hits. THE LINE BETWEEN HERE AND GONE is the next exhilarating installment in the Forensic Instincts series. With a worldwide following and novels published in over twenty languages, Kane is also the author of eight romantic thrillers and fourteen historical romances. She lives in New Jersey with her family.

Connect With The Author:
Website | Facebook | Twitter


My thanks to Meryl L. Moss Media Relations and BookTrib.com for the review copy of this book. I was not compensated for my opinion.

www.booktrib.com

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