Q&A: Favorite Short Story in That Which Should Not Be?

Amy:  Your book contains several smaller stories that all add up to make on heck of a thriller at the end…but when you were writing these stores, did one of them stand out to you more than the others? What character did you find yourself relating to the most?

Answer:  Hello Amy! There were two of the stories that I had been wanting to write about for a while, the first two. The one that I liked the most was the second story, Daniel’s trip to Eastern Europe. I loved writing that one, every second of it. Part of it was the different locations–Venice, Budapest, the Carpathian mountains. But I also liked the mystery that surrounded it, never knowing who was good and who was evil. It wrote itself. The last two I had to come up with on the spot, as it were.

I think the character I related to the most was Henry Armitage, Carter Weston’s sidekick. I’ve always been the consummate believer, and that is what Henry does. Carter is stubborn; it takes him a while to come around. I am more of the leap before you look kind.

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