A huge thank you to Jane Dougherty for letting me invade her blog today. As part of her new interview series, “The author hot seat: That as nice. What was it,” I’m talking about the difficulties of promoting a book that doesn’t fit neatly into a genre.
My guest today is Tricia Drammeh, another indie author struggling for recognition. I have always been struck by the thoughtful nature of Tricia’s writing with her sensitive portraits of young people on the verge of adulthood but not quite sure what they are about to plunge into. They are all flawed human beings, some of them damaged, and not all of them come through the story without suffering. All of them though are believable and touching—the hallmark of a writer with her finger on the pulse of humanity.
J: Tell us what the story/your work is about, the setting, the background, and where it takes the reader.
T: I have four published novels in three different genres. My latest release is Better than Perfect, and it’s a contemporary novel with romantic elements. It’s based in a suburban of Columbus, Ohio. Here’s the blurb:
Twenty-three-year-old Karlie is in the type of…
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