6 Questions with…Vicki Williamson

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Hey!  Welcome to another Author in the hot seat for 6 questions!  Today we welcome Vicki Williamson.   Thank you for taking the time to answer my questions.    Vicki’s book Finding Poppies is on my reading agenda for the weekend!

1.  How did you celebrate the publishing of your first book?
After the publication of my first novel, Finding Poppies, my husband and I went out to breakfast where we met some family members. I sat there, at this cool little café we like, and signed my first copies. It was pretty surreal.
2.  Do you prefer writing over reviewing the work of others?
I prefer to write unless the book is really good. If it’s a 4 or 5, then I like to have the opportunity to review, but if it’s less, then it feels bad to do a review.
3.  Which book would you want adapted for the silver screen?
Both of my current novels, Finding Poppies and Key of the Prophecy, would make a great movie. When I write, I see it in my head like a movie, so I already know they’d fit the big screen.
4.  People believe that being a published author is glamorous, is that true?
Not at my level. Maybe someday.
5.  When you were young, did you ever see writing as a career or full-time profession?
No, I wish I had. Maybe I would have started earlier.
6.  Who are your books mostly dedicated to?
Finding Poppies is dedicated to my husband and my brother. Key of the Prophecy is dedicated to my sons.
Ellen Thompson is a regular gal. She’s devoted to her life working at a museum surrounded by wondrous art. But after finding a murdered body and a mysterious clue, Ellen is flung into a frantic search for a stolen treasure.
She must utilize all her fearless courage and intellect along with a natural physic sensitivity to avoid pitfalls, follow hidden signs and avoid becoming another victim.
Along the way she meets up with handsome Detective James Russell who aids her in the hunt. Will they conquer the perils and solve the riddle?
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