Blind Vision takes place in a small southern town. It’s a story about a young blind psychic, Peter Cole, who starts having horrific visions of women being murdered shortly after he moves into a Southside boarding house. He joins forces with Detective Joe Carson to stop a serial killer before another murder happens.
How do you develop characters?
They talk to me and I listen. For me, it’s about letting the character take you over. Letting them show you how they feel inside and then putting that emotion on paper. The reader needs to be able to see and feel what the character is seeing and feeling. They need to know that he/she is vulnerable or afraid. And if I do my job correctly the reader will become emotionally tied to the character.
How do you choose your setting?
What are your protagonist’s strengths? Flaws?
How does your environment/upbringing color your writing?
We all know how important promoting our work has become. How do you get the word out both off and online?
Can you tell us about current or future projects?
As I mentioned earlier, I am working on book two of the Southside Mystery Series, Crossroads. I’ve even written the first three chapters of book three. I am hoping to have Crossroads out by summer. I’ll just have to see how it goes.
Where can folks learn more about your books and events, Karen?
Check out my website, http://www.karenfritzbookz.com
It's been a pleasure, Karen.