Happy Monday! A few weeks ago, the fabulous Doreen Perrine tagged me to participate in the character tour flying around the web. I’m supposed to answer seven questions about my current WIP, then tag some other folks to continue the awesomeness. Here’s Doreen’s stop on the tour. You should totally check that out! And I’ll commence to tagging some other folks at the end of my post. Read on!
The novel I just finished is called The Job. Check out the SEXY cover! You KNOW you want to get you some of that!
What is the name of your character? Is he/she fictional or a historic person?
The Job has two main characters: Sera Williams and Torrence “Tor” Jewell.
Obviously, they are both the product of my own little imagination.
When and where is the story set?
The Job is a contemporary story and about 85% of it takes place inside Tor’s bank.
What should we know about him/her?
Sera is an FBI agent who is working undercover to bring down an organized crime group with ties to a Middle Eastern terrorist group. Tor is her ex-girlfriend who works as a bank manager at a busy downtown branch.
What is the main conflict?
Sera’s cover is blown at the beginning of the story and she spends the rest of the time trying not to get dead. And save the world.
What messes up his/her life?
Angry men with far too many things that go boom.
What is the personal goal of the character?
To live. And if that works, Sera would like to get the girl.
Is there a working title for this novel, and can we read more about it?
Yes! It’s called The Job. You can read the synopsis HERE. Or HERE.
When can we expect the book to be published?
It’s due out in October, 2014 from Bold Strokes Books.
And thus concludes my contribution to the character tour. I’m handing off the torch to the following fine and respected authors:
- Andi Marquette – Would be pirate and all around awesome writer.
- Amy Dunne – Fabulously British. Need I say more?
- Yvonne Heidt – Award winning author of paranormal brilliance.
- Ashley Bartlett -Young, sarcastic, total pain in the ass.
- Debra Presley – She writes m/f, but I love her anyway.