Interview with Amy Andrews

What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
The greatest joy of writing to me, is that anything is possible!
What do your fans mean to you?
My fans mean the world to me! It is truly an amazing feeling to know that the work and imagination I put forth into my writing, is accepted and appreciated.
What are you working on next?
I am currently working on "Killer Chase," the sequel to "A Killer's Game," (A Detective Lenny Shane Novel).
Who are your favorite authors?
Wow! That's a difficult question...there are many authors that I love to read, but here are a few of my favorites: James Patterson, Dean Koontz, Stephenie Meyer, J.K Rowling, and the amazing J.R. Ward (whom I aspire to write like one day)!
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
When I am not writing, I like to spend time with my family, including my two cute and cuddly furry felines. I like to explore new places, hang out with friends, and spend time outdoors.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Yes! LOL! The first story I ever wrote was in seventh grade. It was a short horror story, that ended up being selected to be published in a book of short stories. I still have that book, and I am proud of it!
What is your writing process?
My writing process is kind of by the seat of my pants. I start out coming up with an idea, and see where it will take me. Sometimes it goes, and sometimes it doesn't. When it doesn't, you just have to forget about it and start over again.
How do you approach cover design?
I try to have the cover depict either the location or the mood of the story.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
Wow! I think we covered this somewhat, when I was asked about my favorite authors. There is no way I can answer this question! I would be here for days trying to figure it out. LOL!
Describe your desk
I try to keep my desk clean. The key word here, is "try." It inevitably becomes a mess of papers and notes, related to whatever story I'm working on.
Published 2014-07-08.
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