Broken Pieces

Author Interview – Liz Schulte

Wednesday, April 3, 2013


What do you consider the most challenging about writing a novel, or about writing in general? Marketing is always the biggest struggle. Writing the book is the easy part.

Did writing this book teach you anything and what was it? I learn from every book I write. Writing Secrets I learned about pacing and world building. And I also tried something different with this story and wrote from two points of view.

Do you intend to make writing a career? Yes. I have every intention of writing becoming my only full time job.

Have you developed a specific writing style? I think so. I have a lot of readers comment about how much they like my writing style and how smooth it is. I feel like I write in an easy, fast-paced, realistic manner.

What is your greatest strength as a writer? Dialogue. I am good at realistic dialogue.

Can you share a little of your current work with us? I am currently working on the second book in my Easy Bake Coven series. The book is called Hungry, Hungry Hoodoo. I will share a piece of that.

I stood in my scorched, hollowed-out yoga studio, turning in a listless circle, too numb to feel. The store front was a wet, smoldering pile of ash and the studio merely a shell.

“Was anyone hurt,” I asked, barely recognizing my own voice. Numb was too small of a word—shell-shocked was more accurate.

“No,” Femi’s voice came from the doorway. I didn’t even know she was here. She prowled around the room silent as death, her green cat eyes collecting every detail. “It happened overnight.”

How did you come up with the title? There is a progression in the Guardian Trilogy that is also reflected in the covers. The first book is about exposing all of the secrets being kept and catapulting the main character, Olivia, into a supernatural world.

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Genre – Paranormal Romance

Rating – PG13

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