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Author Interview – Jordan Rosenfeld

What are your goals as a writer? My goals are to tell compelling stories full of tension and complexity that you think about after you’re done reading.

Do you have to travel much concerning your book(s)? Not necessarily, but I’m open J

Have you ever considered anyone as a mentor? Many people have been my mentors. Every teacher I’ve learned from. My writing book Make a Scene is dedicated to Stephanie Moore, a wonderful teacher who died of cancer at far too young. The author-teachers who guided me at Bennington: Jill McCorkle, Sheila Kohler, Alice Mattison and Martha Cooley, but also other less well known writers who are amazing, undersung talents: Susan Bono, Guy Biederman. And many of my author friends.

Who is your favorite author and why? No single favorite, I’m afraid. I like rich, dark, complex books by any author. I’m a huge fan of Donna Tartt, who only puts out a book every 10 years, but she’s one of many.

Can we expect any more books from you in the future? Many!

Have you started another book yet?
Yes, I have several books in progress, but I’ll be focusing on one in specific as soon as Forged in Grace is sufficiently launched into the world.

Where do you see yourself in five years? Writing and publishing happily and promoting indie authors far and wide.

What are your current writing projects now? I’m working on a novel called Acts of Frivolity about a former dancer who gave up her passion when she found herself pregnant, who is invited into a strange, fringe “performing troupe” that leads to danger and some surprising truths about her origins.

Are you reading any interesting books at the moment? Yes! Billie Thomas’ “Murder on the First Day of Christmas” which is the first in the Chloe Carstairs mysteries. Frankie Rose’s “Hope” series.

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Genre – Psychological Suspense

Rating – R

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Website http://indie-visible.com/

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