Susan Kelley Tells All

August 6, 2007 | Interviews

The Greater Good

ST: Good morning everyone. Welcome to our week long chat with Susan Kelley. Hi Susan, welcome and thank you for visiting with us.
SK: Hi Sloane. Thanks for having me.

ST: Tell us about yourself.
SK: I’ve been writing romance and fantasy for over five years. I’m a very busy mother of 4 and I teach high school full time.

ST: Your latest novel, THE GREATER GOOD, looks to be an exciting, hot read. Please tell us about it.
SK: THE GREATER GOOD takes place in the future after a natual disaster has set civilization back into the age of swords and small colonies.

ST: How did you come up with the story line for a futuristic romance?
SK: I often thought about how people would survive if we suddenly lost all of our luxuries. I think people would have to be very brave, heroic even. This story is about a few of those heroes and heroines as they do what they can for everyone’s benefit no matter the cost to themselves.

ST: And where and can we buy THE GREATER GOOD?
SK: Please visit the New Concept Publishing site

ST: Thanks for stopping by, Susan. I look forward to chatting with you tomorrow.
SK: If anyone has questions, please post them. I’ll be happy to answer.

ST: Until then…

Happy Writing!

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2 Responses to “Susan Kelley Tells All”

  1. Gabrina Says:

    That’s an awesome cover! Is it anything like what you expected? Also, did you have to do a lot of research on history for the sword part of your book?

  2. Susan Kelley Says:

    Hi Gabrina. Thanks for the question. I’ve read so many books where I thought the cover had nothing to do with the book, but my cover hit the mark exactly. First of all, Juston in a hunk and then the collar when plays such an integral role in the story is perfect. It was the one thing I felt must be on the cover.
    I did some research for the sword issues, but I’m lucky enough to have some educational background in fencing. Fencing, of course, isn’t what Juston does and not the type of weapon he uses, but it helped me with fight scenes.
    I love hearing from you. Enjoy reading in this summer swelter.