James Moore is an author with lots of promise and potential. Charlotte is his first successful project. In the very near future, he will be telling more of her story and those of other engaging characters running around in his head. James types out his inspiration at a small dining room table in Virginia Beach, VA with the love and support of his wife Donna.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
To be honest, the greatest joy of writing for me is being done. Writing anything of quality is a glorious, exciting, excruciating process. What comes as a very close second is when someone has read my story and said that got something out of it past mere entertainment. All good writing is a form of artistic expression and conveying a message means success.
What do your fans mean to you?
My fan are the great source of feedback I depend upon to become a better writer. I love discussing the art of story and character development with my fans. It almost always leads to other meaningful conversations about what's going on in their lives.
It's the 1970's and Charlotte Harding is wondering what's next for her as her youngest son leaves for college. Little does this southern housewife know there's trespass, kidnapping and murder on the horizon. When her best friend dies under questionable circumstances, will she solve the mystery or die trying? Will she pay the high price of vengeance?