Author Interview with KG Petrone

Welcome February's Author, KG Petrone. KG provided some interesting answers to my interview questions. One of my favourites is #7. Her answer made me chuckle. When I originally came up with the question, I was thinking of my favourite historical romance novel. I was not thinking about some other genres. I definitely would have to agree with her answer. 1. Do you remember the first book you read that had an impact on you - in what way and what was the name of that book? Oh, goodness my first book was Ballerina Bess. I read and read that little book. I remember feeling much like Bess. I loved to dance and felt I too, could become a Ballerina. 2. When did you first realize you wanted to write?

Un-published Author

This is how I'm feeling and how I am referring to myself at the moment. So as of right now, my books are no longer available. Thankfully, this is only a temporary condition. It all started several months ago. Feeling like I was in limbo, I began to think about asking for my rights back from my publisher. It wasn't a decision I took lightly. I thought about my options, chatted with author friends who had made the leap I was about to make, and finally made up my mind. On January 23 I sent an email to request my rights. It took some time, but they were finally returned to me on February 14. It's a little scary being un-published and feels like I am starting over. However, I do have another publ

NYC Midnight Short Story Challenge 2018

This is my first time participating in this short story challenge. Round 1 started on Jan 27 and all competitors had 8 days to enter their short story of no more than 2500 words. I was also given an assigned genre, subject, and character. It will be a little while before I find out whether I have made it to the next round. Here is what I came up with. Round 1 Heat 27 Genre: Thriller Subject: Angry mob Character: Sick Child Loop Synopsis: For Cassidy, the struggle to understand the difference between memories and reality is a challenge. Can she escape a villain that’s always one step ahead? Blood smeared across the windshield as he rolled over the hood of the car. The sound of metal denting

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