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SHINE ON SELF-PUBLISHED AUTHORS BEGINS TOMORROW, TUESDAY 15TH JULY 2014

Tomorrow I will begin my Shine on Self-Published Authors Series.  If anyone would like to participate there is still time, July 20th is the deadline for submissions.

Schedule

  • Tuesday 15th Stacey Alfonso-Mills
  • Wednesday 16th Darlene Jones
  • Thursday 17th Anneli Purchase
  • Friday 18th Kasi Senghor

 

WORK IN PROGRESS BLOG HOP

Hello everyone, I was tagged by author Jane Dougherty to participate in the Work In Progress Blog Hop. Here, I will answer seven questions relating to my WIP, which is my first novel Selima and the Merfolk.

To view Jane Dougherty’s WIP click on this link Jane Dougherty’s Blog

SELIMA BOOK COVERQ1: What is the name of your character? Is he/she a fictional or a historical character?
My main character is Selima. She is a fictional character.

Q2: When and where is the story set?
The story is set in the early nineties, in Las Cuevas Bay, Trinidad. Las Cuevas Bay is a small fishing village on the north coast of Trinidad.

 Q3: What should we know about him/her?
Selima is a good girl, trying to do the right thing. However, she is a teenager, and she makes some naive decisions while she tries to follow her heart and be a good daughter at the same time.

 Q4: What is the main conflict? What messes up his/her life?
Firstly, Selima unexpectedly goes to live with her estranged father. Then she falls in love with the fiancé of a beautiful mermaid.

 Q5: What is the personal goal of the character?
Selima wants to do what is right. Her relationship with her father is imperative to her, but she is in love.

 Q6: Is there a working title for this novel and can we read more about it?
Yes, Selima and the Merfolk. You can read the synopsis here Selima and the Merfolk Synopsis

 Q7: When can we expect the book to be published?
It will be available on Xlibris.com in about two weeks.

I have tagged author Anneli Purchase to carry on with this hop. Her blog is filled with many interesting posts, accompanied by beautiful photography.

I follow both Jane Dougherty’s and Anneli Purchase’s blogs. There is always something interesting to read.