Jill Province is the creator of the Carol Freeman's trilogy: Silent epidemic, Grave Perception, and A Cycle of Greed. Illusion is a stand alone medical thriller, followed by Murder in Woodbury. Her novels draw on her extensive experience in the mental health field, to create exciting journeys. After a lifetime of moving around the country, she has settled in North Carolina with her family and two Eskimo Spitz cuties. Her life long ambition is to somehow understand the strange phenomenon that is human behavior.
What inspires you to write?
Literary justice. There is no other place where the little guy wins - every time. Writing gives one the freedom to spin outrageous threads that appear to be entirely unrelated, making them magically come together in the end. My characters live in a world where justice prevails, and the reader gets to have the time of their lives watching it happen.
Tell us about your writing process.
An interesting event occurs in my life and the story begins to develop in my mind. I usually know how it will end, but rarely know how it will get there. The characters take on a life of their own, pushing and influencing me to bend to their will. I am sometimes surprised at the things they do. I am always proud of their ingenuity and courage.
Murder In Woodbury -In the small, idealic town of Woodbury a psychotic killer runs free, while his family and police do nothing. It was a murder that could have been prevented, if only...
Silent Plight - Morgan Foster learns that living your fantasy life sometimes comes with a price.
Dominex Pharmaceuticals must get their new drug on the market, or the company will go under. Pay offs for quick approvals won’t work this time – the new gatekeeper at the FDA plays by the book. To maneuver around this new obstacle, the company orchestrates a creatively deceptive plan, using 500 study volunteers towards a deadly result. Silent Epidemic reveals the worlds best kept secret.