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Angela writes a traditional amateur sleuth series, stand alone thrillers, and under pen name Angie Kelly Middle Grade. Somewhere in there she finds time for anime and B horror movies. For me writing is a solace. Basically, any unanswered question piques my curiosity. As for research, I love it. However, I love history, especially obscure history.
I was inspired to write my first thriller, The Paris Secret, after hearing some year-old gossip on a tour of the Palace of Versailles. So, naturally when I got home from Paris I went into overdrive researching that story.
It was a lot of fun. Elizabeth Wilkerson is a cyber-lawyer turned novelist. She writes Afro-Futurist thrillers. Her novel Tokyo Firewall has an addictive trailer. It might be the kodo drumming. I write because I enjoy the creative process. I sketch out each scene, envision the setting, and describe the interaction between characters.
All neat and tidy. Invariably, along the path to working through my outline, synchronicities pop-up. I read a newspaper article that makes me rethink the possibilities for the story. A new character knocks at the front door. My outline mutates, shifts, and makes room for the unexpected. The Egypt Game.
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I wanted to get to know him, so I invited him for an interview. He showed up loud and clear—a creepy, wounded, misogynistic hacker. But lots of readers have told me that they enjoy his scenes. It is her 4th novel in the Justice Hustlers series from Kensington Books. I write because I have these stories that begin to spin in my head and distract me from anything else until I have them written down. When I was younger, I felt much more discouraged about writing and being published. So I would have ideas and then a negative voice would criticize the idea.
Or a discouraged voice would suggest that it would never be published it was tough, but I persevered.
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Instead, I have a lot of external resistance. As a working mom, I have a much more limited amount of time to write. And something about the external constraint has strengthened my force as a writer. A dynamic in my family or a conflict in my own personality. A few years into writing my Justice Hustlers series, I realized I was writing three different women who reflected my cultural background. And the first three protagonists of the series each had one of those backgrounds.
I would look at photos and read accounts and watch news reporting videos for hours. I still needed to use a sensitivity consultant who had lived through the hurricane to vet my details, but a lot of that section of the book was a composite based on actual accounts. I love Marisol Rivera the most.
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Marisol is just such a badass. She survived a horrible childhood and became a protector. She protected her little sister. She began doing sex work at seventeen to keep herself and her little sister from getting separated and sent into foster care. Which includes heisting corrupt corporate CEOs involved in a sex trafficking scandal. Each of the books in the series works as a standalone, but Marisol is always there, as a mentor or crime boss or both. Marisol is Puerto Rican, so she was a natural secondary protagonist for this book about Hurricane Maria. It was great to get to circle back to her personal journey and dig deeper into her Puerto Rican roots.
She, like so many of us Puerto Ricans living in the US, embodies that conflicted longing for home we have about Puerto Rico. As many of my followers know, I lived in Puerto Rico for a year and love the island.