After the Kill – A Jake Roberts Novel
After the Kill – A Jake Roberts NovelBy Cary Allen Stone Publisher CreateSpace/Fine Line Books
ISBN ISBN-10: 1515398560
ANSIPublished in Contemporary, Crime Criminals, Fiction, Fiction, General, Mystery Thrillers, Romance,
Jake never looks for trouble, but you can bet it’s looking for him in the high-stakes psychological thriller, AFTER THE KILL. A beautiful morning quickly becomes a life and death day. What will the night bring? Mackenzy earned a doctorate in forensic psychology, specializing in serial killers. She wants to understand them beyond the textbooks. Will a DNA sample give her a clue? It looks like Oscar night at the house in Malibu as she hosts her A-list clients. Caitland returns to LA for the party while Jake stays in Phoenix. She is caught totally by surprise when the party’s over. Will Jake get there in time? Will you have Jake’s back when the fight starts?
What is the Tag Line for your book? (A short description of your book in a sentence or two)
Jake never looks for trouble, but you can bet it's looking for him in the psychological thriller AFTER THE KILL.
Do you write full time or part time
How do you structure your day when you write
1 – 10 pm at the computer.
Why do you write? (Example; For fun, to make extra money, a personal experience you want to share with the public)
Just for me.
What are you working on right now / or your most recent work
I communicate often on Facebook and Twitter, or emails.
What inspired you to create this book
The first four in the series.
What genre do you write in and why did you choose it
Crime fiction/Psychological thrillers because you write what you know.
How much research did you do on your book? (If it applies)
How do you think you have evolved creatively from when you first started writing until now
I understand the process and what's required more.
What was the hardest thing about writing this book for you
Editing is always a nightmare.
What was the most rewarding
I love my characters and I like to hear the same from readers.
If you had to start over, is there anything you would do different
Learn to type, but I have the two fastest fingers in the west.
How have you evolved from when you first started writing until now
I walk erect.
Are you a planner type person, or do you prefer to dive right in when you write
I have the book written in my mind by the time I sit at the computer.
Do they influence your writing
Yes, they're a good source of invaluable information.
Do you recommend being a part of a support groups to help you with your writing
Never used one.
Do you work with an editor If so, how much input do they have
Three editors, I take all their input.
Was there anyone in your past that you think influenced your writing
Do you have any tips or useful resources on marketing
Read all of the tips from all of the self-pub people then decide which philosophies you agree with.
How are you publishing this book? (Indie / self-published, traditional)
What are your thoughts on book series
Great, more character connection with readers.
How long do you think a book should be? (Pages or words)
Do you have a strategy for finding reviewers
I have built up my regulars and when I'm feeling it, I will search out Amazon Top 100 reviewers.
What advice would you give to your younger self today
Stay out of trouble, but then again that has given me a lot of storylines.
What is your favorite book or film
If you don’t already have one, do you have plans to have a book trailer and what are your thoughts on them overall
No. I don't think readers search through them to find a book.
What are you working on next
Possibly a scifi story is in the future.
When you get frustrated, how do you deal with it
What advice would you give a writer that is just starting out
Be dedicated to your craft.