Interview with Arlene O’Neil Author of Broken Spokes

Q: What is the ideal recipe for a good novel? Add words written from the heart, just a dash of adverbs and adjectives, combine with a scoop of intrigue and fold in cliffhangers. Shape characters into believable people and mix in one spectacular editor. Yields a pristine novel eventually. Q: What was the turning point in your life when you decided to start writing? When I was young I remember writing stories and plays. I loved the English language and the power it can have. In 1986 I wrote “Moments,”…

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