Hello everyone, my name is MaryAnn Kempher and I am a published author. If you are a book lover, you have an opportunity to download my best-selling book on Amazon Kindle before time runs out. Here is the link to the book:
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Questions and answers about me – please enjoy:
What is the title for your book?
MOCHA, MOONLIGHT, AND MURDER
What genre does your book fall under?
Romantic Suspense, I actually think Romantic Mystery is more accurate.
Where can your book be purchased?
It can be purchased for Kindle and in paperback at Amazon.com, but will be FREE for Kindle users 11-15 June.
Where did the idea come from?
Oh, the idea evolved. It didn’t just happen, in fact the book is a lot different than the original concept. I’m what writers call a pantser, meaning I pretty much just sit down and start writing. I do a lot of brainstorming first, of course, but writing in this way means ideas frequently change.
Which character would you choose to play your character in a movie rendition?:
For Scott, I really like the guy who plays Grimm, David Giuntolli. He’s very handsome, but very approachable looking. I don’t have a particular actress in mind for Katherine, but I’d like someone who resembles a twenty-something Elizabeth Shue.
What is the one-sentence synopsis of your book?
When 28 year old Katherine O’Brian pops out for a late night snack, it almost gets her killed, and not from indigestion.
Was your book self-published or represented by an agency?
I’m represented by a small publisher called Booktrope.
How long did it take you to write the first draft of your manuscript?
The very first draft took about a year, and compared to how the book is now, it was a real stinker. J
Who or what inspired you to write this book?
I’d always loved writing, but I’d never actually written a lot for pleasure. Usually I wrote for school or work. When I left the military, I had the time, so gave it a try.
What else about your book might pique the reader’s interest?
I like to tell people that if they like Jane Austen and/or Agatha Christie, you’ll love this book. It’s romance and mystery, and suspense, and comedy; and everyone who has read it has said, they didn’t see the ending coming. Which, to me, is a huge compliment.
Scott and Katherine are both in their late twenties. For one reason or another they’d both put off finishing college. When they both go back, they meet and are paired for a project. They become good friends. The eventual romance is very realistic, very friendship-based, and doesn’t come easy. Because they’re friends, and aren’t trying to get each other into bed, they’re not afraid to give each other a hard time, this makes for some very funny dialogue.
How can readers connect with you?
Oh, I’m everywhere. J
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