Book: The Twisted Truth by Erin M. Armstrongcategories: Book, Thriller, Urban Fiction, Secrets, Lies, Romance, Mystery
Erin M. Armstrongabout this book: This book is about a young woman named Michelle who is raped in college. After surviving the attack, Michelle attempts to pick up the pieces of her broken life, she finds herself in need of help. That's when handsome and rich Tyler Austen comes into her life and quickly sweeps her off of her feet. Only there is something not right with him. He seems to be harvesting deep, dark secrets and Michelle is desperate to figure out what they are before she finds herself in a life threatening situation.
• What inspired you to write this book?
I was inspired to write this book because it's all I have ever wanted to do. And with this book in particular, I wanted to write something that would push the envelope and make the reader wonder what they would do if they were in her shoes. It is the kind of book I would want to read myself.
• Who are the primary readers of your book?
My book will probably appeal to young to middle aged women, and certainly anyone who is interested in Urban fiction.
• How long did it take to write it?
It took me about a year and a half to complete the book but another year to get it published.
• How did you come up with the title?
The title I came up with as I sifted through the book and realized that there were just so many revelations that were uncovered and so many things that the reader may have thought was one way and it actually turned out another. Which led me to title this book The Twisted Truth.
• Why did you choose this cover?
I thought that the cover spoke volumes about the book. With the male's back to the main character it makes the reader realize that he is not who the woman on the cover thinks he is.
• What was the hardest part of writing your book?
I think that the hardest thing about writing was having writers block. I remember going a week or two without being able to write a thing because I just didn't know where I wanted my book to go. I think that all authors understand that feeling. It's not fun!
• What do you want to say to your readers?
I would like my readers to know that this book is not one of those who done it books. My book is really about the revelations my main character has about the events going on in her life. I am truly proud of the work I have done and hope that you can appreciate it. Thank you for your support!
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