Please give a warm welcome to New York Times and USA Today's bestselling author Andrea Kane. Ms. Kane has stopped by to chat about her latest installment in her Forensic Instincts Series. Filled with mystery and high-octane action THE LINE BETWEEN HERE AND GONE is filled with edge of your seat suspense. So hold on tight readers as white learn more about Ms. Kane and her whit-knuckling suspense.
Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Contest & Interview with THE LINE BETWEEN HERE AND GONE's New York Times & USA Today's Bestselling Author Andrea Kane
THE LINE BETWEEN HERE AND GONE
NEW YORK TIMES & USA TODAY'S BESTSELLING
Q: Which author inspires you most?
A: It depends on when you catch me. There are so many talented authors, each mastering an element. I go back as far as Carolyn Keane, when I first started reading mystery novels as a kid. I was a big mystery reader, so later it was Agatha Christie and on to Robert Ludlum. Now I read all genres, and my most memorable ones are the ones that are character based.
2. Q: What, do you feel, is your biggest success?
A: From a professional standpoint, hitting the NY Times Bestseller list and hearing from my readers about how I’ve impacted their lives. But on a personal note, being a mother is the most rewarding role I fill.
3. Q: What are you in relation to your siblings? Are you the middle child? The baby of the family?
A: I’m the baby of the family. Establishing my own identity was the challenging part, but being referred to as “baby” when you’re an adult has its perks!
4. Q: Describe your latest book in 15 words or fewer.
A: A mother is desperately searching for the father of her newborn baby – hoping that he’s alive and is a donor match to save her critically ill son.
5. What inspired you to write THE LINE BETWEEN HERE AND GONE?
A: As with all my books, THE LINE, started out as flashes of the characters' lives playing out in my head. I saw a flash of an important male character who vanished without a trace and a critically ill infant whose life was integrally tied to his. But I didn't know why or how that would factor into FI's caseload. Those answers came later, after the baby’s mother crystallized in my mind.