Her Tangh-i-ness has been hanging out with other writers. I'm lucky I have so many interesting peeps.
Sooooooooo, we're talking with Resa Nelson the author of Our Lady of the Absolute. Ms. Nelson already has a published novel The Dragonslayer's Sword available. Our Lady of the Absolute will be her second title appearing in print from Mundania Press. See link for purchase info.
It's available now direct from the publisher as a PDF ebook and a Trade Paperback.
Amazon and Barnes and Noble will also offer it and you may see Ms. Nelson at upcoming New England events. Let's get right to the juicy questions.
There a saying that all roads lead to Rome but does your book seem to be suggesting everything leads to back Egypt?
What genre does this book fit?
Who is the suggested audience for this book?
So why shoot your own book trailers and post them on You Tube?
You wrote the book but what about writing a screenplay for Our Lady of the Absolute?
Why did you present these four characters from the novel?
What did you intend for the viewer to take away from viewing all four trailers?
Do you have a specific "ethnic look" that you wanted for your characters?
Why use ancient Egypt as an example of a utopian community that turned dystopian?
How do readers stay in contact with you?
End of Interview
Soooo that's it folks. Break out your beaded collars and your party sandals. Check out the trailers on You Tube for Our Lady of the Absolute and be sure to grab yourself a copy of the novel. Mine will be autographed.
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