The upcoming Twist of Fate (ToF) anthology has been a group effort mixed with a little bit of madness as all book publications are. From editing, to formatting, and book cover decisions, books are a lot of work even after all the writing and artwork has been done. I’ve truly enjoyed collaborating with my fellow Indies In Action (IIA) members. While the project is still coming together, the rest of the group has been participating in other ways. One of these ways is through interviews.
Kiriti Sengupta (India) has been very hard at work interviewing some of the contributors of ToF and I thought I would share these with you so you can get to know the contributors who are helping raise money for the May Tornadoes Fund. Thank you Kiriti for all the interviews and thank you Crystal for all your hard work for this project and the IIA group.
Kiriti: Being an experienced Editor and a literary-worker, do you think that readers will remember the anthology for its content ?
Crystal: Yes, Kiriti, I really do. The contributions to “Twist of Fate” are deeply heartfelt. Many of the contributors have been through serious weather, if not tornadoes, themselves. We all have experienced things completely beyond our control that have changed our lives forever. You can feel that in every written work as well as the beautiful art that has been donated for inclusion.
When you break it down, what it amounts to is there is something in this book for everyone. It doesn’t matter if you love to read or are an admirer of great art, there is something for everyone. Not only will you feel great for having helped raise money to help your fellow man in his time of need, but you will have a wonderful book that has the capacity to become one of your favorites and can be enjoyed and shared with others for many years to come.