Thank you, Susan. Yes, you may.
My earliest love was CS Lewis’ Narnia books, but I’ve been a die-hard Stephen King, Ray Bradbury and Dean Koontz fan for as long as I can remember. I read a great deal, and almost every author I read inspires and influences me.
Doppelganger Experiment is psychological thriller based in San Francisco with a touch of the paranormal: After more than four weeks in a coma, Jane woke up to find several things wrong; she didn’t remember the last three years, she was married to a man she didn’t know, and frightening dreams were infiltrating her sleep. But were they dreams or memories? As she struggles to recapture a life she doesn’t remember, she discovers clues that lead to flashes of memories and the discovery of horrific experiments that end in murder... and something worse than murder. She must uncover the secret to the experiments to recover her life and end the horrible things that are happening.
Is it available in print, ebook, and Kindle formats?
Yes, the book is available in both formats at most on-line retailers.
How do you develop characters, Margaret?
I usually develop the main character(s) when the story idea comes to me, from there the characters develop with the story itself, they sort of write each other.
I’ve lived in San Francisco for the last twenty years, so it was just natural to use the City as the setting.
We all know how important promoting our work has become. How do you get the word out both off and online?
I use as much social media as I can and of course I shamelessly ask friends and family to spread the word. It’s very difficult to promote, but you really have to put your all into it, I also do a ‘featured authors’ page on my website, this is to help promote my fellow authors and more often than not they kindly reciprocate.
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Where can folks learn more about your books and events?
Margaret, it has been a pleasure to have you over. Continued success with your writing endeavors.
Thank you, Susan.