Author Interview – Robyn Roze @robynrozeauthor

Monday, November 4, 2013

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Are you a city slicker or a country lover?

I’m a city girl even though I was raised in the country as a young girl.  I’m all about easy access to the places I go most and also like the variety of choices that come with living in a city.

Do you know your neighbors?

We wave to each other.  Does that count?

How many friends does a person need?

It’s not the number of friends that’s relevant.  It’s the quality.

Do you find the time to read?

Absolutely!  It’s the best way to become a better writer.  I fit it in anywhere I can:  on the elliptical, waiting for an appointment, road trips (when I’m not driving, of course!) and anywhere else possible.  I always have my Kindle or Nook in my purse.  Yes, I have both because neither is perfect.

Last book you purchased? Tell us about it.

I recently downloaded The Mistaken by Nancy S. Thompson.  It’s a roller coaster ride thriller about grief, desperation, vengeance, remorse and discovering who you are at your darkest hour.  An excellent book.

What is your favorite quality about yourself?

I do my best to see the positive in every situation.  I always have.  No matter what’s happening in my life, I know in my heart that I have no legitimate complaints, only superficial ones.  I’ve had a terrific life, not without bumps and bruises, but I recognize them as a part of the journey that we’re all on.  I understand that my problems are no more special or important than anyone else’s.

What is your favorite quote, by whom, and why?

I have many, but one does stand out that relates to writing, “Write something you want to read.”  I don’t know who to credit for this quote, but I do take it seriously.  My primary reason for writing is to create the kind of stories I would like to read.

What’s your favorite place in the entire world?

Without doubt, my favorite place in the world is home.  I have everything I need at my fingertips and live with three of my most favorite people in the world.  It doesn’t get much better than that.  I took a fabulous trip with my mom this past summer to Peru, Brazil and Argentina.  The highlights were seeing Machu Picchu and Iguazu Falls—truly incredible, and I highly recommend it.  But like every trip I’ve ever been on, my favorite part is always coming home.

What genre are you most comfortable writing?

I enjoy writing a blend of genres (women’s fiction/romance/suspense/thriller).  Life doesn’t happen in a vacuum and I don’t think stories should either.  Love is a driving force for humans and it would be difficult for me to write a book that didn’t have elements of love and romance.  I also like stories about women, and men, at different stages in life, not just in their twenties and thirties.  And I thoroughly enjoy a good suspense thriller.  I love to read books that combine genres.  I find them more fulfilling and realistic, however, they’re not always easy to find.


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Genre – Women’s Fiction, Suspense, Thriller, Romance

Rating – R

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