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ACCIDENTAL AFFAIR By Leslie McKelvey — 18 Comments

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  2. I did enjoy the interview thank you.

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  3. Thanks for sharing a terrific interview!

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  4. Surprising thing to learn about publishing

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    • Publishing is a beast, and it IS a business at heart, which means it’s about making money not furthering literary genius. It’s unfortunate, but it’s true. Sometimes a name is more important than writing ability, because it’ll sell regardless.

      Thanks for stopping by and best of luck!

  5. Great interview!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
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    • Oh, it was SOO much fun! And my hubby was one of the instructors, although he didn’t cut me any slack at ALL (so much for preferential treatment for sleeping with the instructor)! I think once you get over the initial shock of it (it reminded me of boot camp) you’d have fun! Plus, being one of only two women just made it that much more enjoyable. Lots of material for writing with all that testosterone running around me!

  6. Such a good interview! I agree so much with your answers, especially those about “Advice” and “Last Words.” Whenever I review a book, I cringe at the misspellings, wrong use of homonyms, etc. A great story can be ruined by the smallest details. I’ve sometimes spent half an hour researching the proper use of a personal pronoun–excessive I know, but I wish everything to be as correct as possible. I agree with your assessment of “Talent versus luck or author popularity.” In fact, I agree with everything you’ve said except perhaps being catapulted off an aircraft carrier. I admire anyone who can do that (and land) but it’s not for me! Keep up the good work!

    • Thanks, Tony! Coming from another author that means a lot. And once you catapulted off an aircraft carrier, I think you’d love it, too! If you’ve ever ridden a high-speed roller-coaster, one that goes from 0-60 in a couple seconds, than you have a taste, and I think you’d be addicted like me.

      Thanks again, and I really appreciate you stopping by!

  7. Great interview, I enjoyed learning more about you.

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