Audrey Burke-Moore, author of The Choice: Weighted Letters, stopped by for an interview.
Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
I am thirty-four years old and realistically put, I love to write. There is nothing like a story that captures the interest of the reader. I write adult fiction and I mix a peaceful love with choices most of the characters are going to have to face. I am a mother of three wonderful children and a wife to a wonderful man.
What do you do when you're not writing?
At night, I dream about my next book. In the day, I go to school online for holistic health.
When did you first start writing?
As soon as I saw the relationship between words. I wrote poetry first, then I was introduced to short stories. As I grew up, I wrote a lot.
Is there any particular author or book that influenced you in any way either growing up or as an adult?
I didn't really have one direct author growing up that I favored more than the other, but as I got older Toni Morrison was my author of choice.
What inspired you to write this particular book?
We live in a world filled with choices, at times the choices we make directly impact us. I wanted to create a book where the reader could see a choice brewing between the lines and allow the characters to capture that thought. The very moment the book reads like a movie plays, that thought.
What was your favorite chapter (or part) to write and why?
My favorite part in the book was the truth or dare game. Keith and Cheryl were tested with a dare for him to kiss her. They had been denying their feelings for so long but that one kiss got them lost in each other, but they were just friends.
What is best writing advice you can give?
Write an edited story from the heart filled with passion.
Is there anything else you'd like your readers to know about the book?
The Choice: Weighted Letters is one of six books from The Choice Series. I write to entertain the mind and produce visual thought of the words in a story, but I also give a portion back to help combat bullying in schools and social media.
About the book:
|To keep her means the death of hundreds, to lose her means the |
death of me” was written in Austyn’s fate after meeting Kayla at
Brinley’s Coffee and Pie. Love is a powerful emotion, but is it
strong enough for Austyn to chance losing it all.
About the author:
|Audrey Burke-Moore is a true southerner from Alabama. From a young age her love for writing increased. She is an avid poetry writer and she includes an element of creative arts in her literary works.|