M.L. St. Sure Interview Part II

This is Part II of my interview with author M.L. St. Sure. Before I get to the interview questions I would like to announce that I have decided to announce the winner of the interview contest on Monday. That way everyone has plenty of time to read and enter. You can also find this interview at The New Author and Conquer All Obstacles. With that said, back to the questions (M.L. St. Sure's response in bold).

Christina grows to adulthood during a very difficult period of time. What advice would she offer to the children of today who are becoming adults?
Christina challenges us to think through what so many might call a "no brainier" situation. Of course one wants better for the family. Of course one should jump up and meet the challenge, taking a proactive role and doing something. Of course, perhaps the fault lies with us for being compliant, not making our voices heard, and marching meekly to the orders of destruction. Fear is an awful thing and bravery is rare.

The cover of Evensong has a soothing relaxing feel; whereas, the story is neither soothing nor relaxed. Can you tell us about the cover and how it relates to the story?
I wanted to show the innocent victims of war and their resilience, where even smelling a flower can bring joy in the worst of situations.

Evensong is your debut novel. What was the most challenging aspect of getting your book published?
Working every single day for a solid year to put my book out there. It was more difficult than writing it!

What advice would you give to aspiring authors?
I swear, if you are not obsessive/compulsive you will not get it done.

Did marketing and promoting "Evensong" meet your expectations?
Yes, definitely. My book is out there.

What can we look forward to in the future from M.L. St. Sure?
Believe it or not, there is a sequel. That should surprise a lot of my readers!

Would you like to include any final thoughts today?
Yes. I would like to thank you, Brian for rolling up your sleeves and working so hard. Who we really are and what we are made of usually doesn't materialize until the job is done. And I can say that you have been remarkable.

This concludes my interview with M.L. St. Sure. I hope you enjoyed reading it as much as I enjoyed conducting it. You can purchase "Evensong" from the New Author Bookstore or HERE.

Remember, when you leave a comment you are entered to win a copy of this fantastic novel - "Evensong."


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