1) What is the title of your book?
Ø What is the story about?
· A campus rapist who becomes a murderer inadvertently, but likes it so much he does in again, and again.
Ø Who is the main character?
· There are two:
· Jefferson Wells II is a rapist/murderer.
· Jeanne de Leon is a detective.
2) What inspired this tale?
Ø How did the story come to you?
· I was listening to reports of the rape and degradation of a woman near
by an outstanding Stanford student, and I remembered the same thing happening
at Duke, a Texas University, Florida State and a number of other places. Stanford University
Ø Did you have to research for this novel, and if so, why?
· Yes. It took quite a bit of research to teach the main character, Jeanne de Leon, how to do profiling of the type offered by the
of the FBI.
Ø If you did research, what do you think surprised you most to learn, and why?
· The types and varieties of killers we have in our country, some working as I am typing this answer.
3) Do you relate to your character?
Ø Is your protagonist anything like you, personally?
· The detective is, the rapist is not.
ü If yes, then how?
o The detective is dogged, determined, willing to spend whatever time and resources which are necessary to arrive at her goal. She is willing to learn, is a little sassy, a whole lot savvy, a little sexy and a great communicator.
ü If no, how do you differ from one another?
o From the rapist/murderer in every way you find him loathsome, I do, as well.
Ø What made you write this character; were they based on a real person or something that inspired you?
· Cover ups of rapes on college and high school campuses.
ü What should readers know about this character?
o He is one of the most hateful people ever living, on or off paper.
ü Why is this character important to you?
o He provides the opportunity to shine a light on the issue of cover ups of college and high school rapes.
Ø Do you consider the main character of your story to be good or bad, and why?
· Bad. Reading the book will make the answer self explanatory.
Ø What’s the objective of your character?
· a)- Wells, to rape and murder
· b)- de Leon, to catch the rapist/murderer.
4) Is there anything you specifically want readers to know about this piece of work?
It is fictional, but could be all too real.
Ø Is there a particular idea or morale you are trying to convey?
· Yes. The cover up of rapes on college and high school campuses must stop.
ü If yes, then what, and why?
o There are too many cover ups of rapes on schools.
5) Is this novel a standalone?
6) Where can readers connect with you and purchase your book?
If they wish to purchase a paperback or hardcover with asignature, they can contact me, and we will make arrangements. Otherwise, the books are available on Amazon in kindle and paperback.