When the Infected attacked, something horrific happened to Porschia Grant. Porschia in Frenzy was scary; Porschia with hallucinations is terrifying. There has to be a reason, and there must be a cure for the episodes refusing to release her from their tentacles of insanity.
Saul is in the center of the city surrounded by secrets–some are damning, some are eye opening—others might just offer hope and be worth fighting for. How can a person justify the possibility of infecting another human being? What might the humans and night-walkers lose if he doesn’t take the chance?
The decisions made, and the lies uncovered, will shock everyone in and around Blackwater, and they just might spark a revolution.
Everything emits a sound… and hunger is deafening… horrible.
1) What originally inspired you to get into writing?
It’s all Stephanie Meyer’s fault–and my Mom’s. I got into Twilight after the first three movies were out and my mom encouraged me to write my own story. I’d always loved to write, so I just did! LOL!
2) Where did the idea for Frequency come from?
Frequency is a continuation of the Frenzy series! It’s book three and so the story just continues from the other two. If you don’t read them in order, I promise you’ll be confused. LOL! 🙂
3) Was there any particular character that you liked or felt able to relate to?
I can relate to them all in one way or another. Frequency focuses on Saul and in the prior books, he’s sort of the golden boy. In Frequency, he falls from grace a little. So, we’ll have to see if he redeems himself.
4) Was there any particular character that you disliked?
Yes. Pierce. If you read the book, you’ll completely understand.
5) Were there any scenes in particular that were particularly challenging or easy to write?
Saul’s scene. I can’t give much detail without spoiling the book, but it was very hard to write because of the repercussions.
6) Have any of your characters been inspired by real people?
Not really. I’d say that Porschia has a little bit of me in her, but she’s also her own person. (Yes, my characters are real people to me. LOL)
7) Are there any particular authors or books that have inspired you?
SO MUCH YES! Amy Bartol, Stephenie Meyer, Lila Felix, Cambria Hebert, Mary Ting and so many others. These women are simply amazing.
8) Do you have any advice/pearls of wisdom for budding writers?
The new Cinderella movie says it best: Have courage and always be kind. I’d add work hard to those two phrases and that about sums it up. ❤