Thanks for the interview, Jill.
- Can you give us some highlights from your new book, Talent?
Fifteen-and-half-year-old Sandee Mason wants to find her talent, get her driver’s license, and stop living in the shadow of her big brother, Bri, who disappeared while serving in Afghanistan. You can read the first chapter at https://blynngoodwin.com/an-excerpt-from-talent/.
It’s a good book for teens, parents, military families, and those who love shows and drama. There’s no crowd like the drama crowd. I know because I used to teach drama in high school and college.
- Describe your most memorable moment as an author.
Just one? Every time I make a scene work or create a moment that rings true or read a compliment from a reader or a client, I store it away and all of those moments have formed a collage in my head.
- What authors have most influenced your writing?
I’m often influenced by whomever I’m reading. Today…
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