Broken Pieces

Author Interview – V Frank Asaro

Do you recall how your interest in writing originated? I read voraciously as a kid, sometimes with a flashlight under the covers after my mother put me to bed.

When and why did you begin writing? I wrote professionally as a lawyer. As an alternative, it was fun to get into a zone of peace and become enveloped in my stories and characters.

How long have you been writing? As a hobby about 35 years.

When did you first know you could be a writer? When I was a kid, I would make up ghost stories and the other kids around the campfire seemed captivated while I was trying to figure out the next twist in the plot I’d made up.

What inspires you to write and why? I want to get out the word on my theory on Universal Co-opetition, and its novelization in The Tortoise Shell Code.

What genre are you most comfortable writing? Philosophical novel – court room thriller.

Who or what influenced your writing once you began? I was urged to write the book by best-selling author Spencer Johnson, M.D. (Who Moved My Cheese, One Minute Manager). He’d read the 30-page outline.

What do you consider the most challenging about writing a novel, or about writing in general? Leaving some good parts on the cutting room floor in order to slim the book to commercial length.

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Genre – Legal Drama

Rating – PG13

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