Anabelle: I was born to read and forever in trouble for having my nose in a book.
Cap’n Joe: When you finished your debut novel, how did you feel?
Anabelle: Exhilarated and petrified at the same time. Now I had to send my work out into the world.
Cap’n Joe: While writing, did you need help with punctuation, grammar, etc., if so where did you turn?
Anabelle: Not me, I’m a teacher by vocation, and author during vacation. The mechanics are a breeze.
Cap’n Joe: With the number of hours spent writing, did your family members support you or complain about the time spent away from them?
Anabelle: I’m sorry I can’t hear your question over all the whining in the background here.
Cap’n Joe: Did writing your first novel benefit you in any way and if so, how?
Anabelle: It was the ultimate validation that I could, indeed, write a novel. I have great gratitude for anything else that happens.
Cap’n Joe: When you were writing your book, did you shut-off from family and all social networks?
Anabelle: If I had flown to the moon to do my writing, someone would have been waiting in a crater. There was no escaping the world.
Cap’n Joe: Did you use friends or family members as Beta readers for your debut novel, if so who?
Anabelle: No. Nobody’s a betta’ reader than me. 😉
Cap’n Joe: What do you do when you aren’t writing? Do you have any hobbies?
Anabelle: I run. It clears my mind, helps me organize my thoughts, and keeps me healthy. I also take photographs of everything. If you visit my Facebook page, you’ll see many.
Cap’n Joe: Where can readers go to find your book?
Anabelle: To Love A Wicked Scoundrel is available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo and any other platform for digital books. You can buy it HERE: http://goo.gl/jRvaRS
Cap’n Joe: Thank you Anabelle for taking time out from your busy day to answer my questions. I’ve enjoyed getting to know a lot more about you. It’s a pleasure having you join my blog. I wish you the very best with your book and any you publish in the future.