Interview today at Review From Here.

“… Really, I think it’s Kenny.

To write someone whose reality is so distorted, and yet with whom we could feel kinship was a fine balancing act. I needed him to make a decision that anyone in their “right-mind” wouldn’t make – yet, I needed that to be based upon his upbringing and not a mental illness.

As this is revealed non-linearly across the novel, we grow “into” Kenny’s character, rather than reading “about” Kenny’s character. By the time he makes the critical decisions, we know him and why he’s doing it, so we’re willing to go on the journey with him…”

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