I was interviewed by Deborah Rocheleau about reaching my goal of completing the first draft of Triangle. As you may well know, this happened about a month ago in the Easter break. However, the interview was only put onto the web a few days ago.
Andrea has never believed in love at first sight. Yet, on the eve of her thirtieth birthday, she feels it’s time to settle down, just as she bumps into local bank employee, Keith. He’s dull, but he evidently likes her, and Andrea lets him pursue her to the point of moving in with him when she finds herself homeless.
But when a stranger with a familiar name turns up on her new doorstep, Andrea gets a taste of everything she had before called a trick of the mind. He’s not perfect, but neither is Andrea. And, in spite of her better judgement against the coincidences that link this man to her, she finds herself desperately helping him.
Here are some highlights:
DR: You set a specific word-count goal to reach for your romance novel. How did you choose that end point? Did this number intimidate you, or were you confident you could reach it?
DR: One important thing when setting a goal is giving yourself a deadline. Have you found a deadline motivates or detracts from your writing?