Author Interview

Cozy up with SMALL TOWN DANGER Author Carol Nemeth

We’re getting down to it this Friday. Small Town Danger is due for release on 4/25/23, so GET YOUR COPY TODAY!!

Now to cozy up with Carol!

1) What moves you to write and what do you write??? I’ve loved making up stories since I was a child. My imagination could always come up with something. Then in jr. high school I began putting my stories to paper. Now I write fiction with a faith message in hopes it will bring encouragement, inspiration and/or faith in Christ to my readers. It’s my goal through my stories that my readers will be blessed and Christ will be magnified.

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2) Are you  a panster or a plotter? And why? (What does method bring to your stories?) I’m a panster all the way. I wouldn’t have the foggiest how to sit and plot out a story. If you mean by plotting, that I pray before sitting to write, then, yes, that’s what I do. I pray over my manuscripts. I decided many novels back that God had a better idea what He wanted me to write than I do, so I would leave the manuscripts in His hands and trust Him to give me the story, the plots, the characters…well, everything. I give Him the praise and the glory for what He has accomplished through me as the conduit. It’s a great partnership.

3) Do you prefer city or country living? Does this impact the settings of your stories? I prefer country and small-town living. I’m NOT a city girl. This definitely reflects in my writing. I’ve written a whole series set in our national parks and other stories set in small towns. I wouldn’t have the first idea how to write a city story. I’d be as lost as if I went there.

4) What’s your favorite time of year and why? I love autumn. The colors of this season are my favorites. I adore the crispness of the air and all the smells of fall. The baked goods at this time of year are simply delectable. There are so many delicious pumpkin and apple treats to be had. Dressing up in warm clothes and taking walks in the fresh, cool air is always nice.


5) What motivated you to write this latest novel? And what would you like readers to take away from the experience of your words? I always fun to be included in a collection with other distinguished authors. There’s a comradery amongst us as we work together to prepare for the big release day. I’ve enjoyed writing this book, and it’s a little different from the books I’ve written before. I hope my readers will take away the promise given in 2 Timothy 1:7 For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.

6) What’s on the horizon for you? Books? Projects? Whatever? I have a single book planned next as well as a three more short stories in the Hearts of the Manhattan Project. I plan a sequel to Yorkshire Lass, my debut novel, and then a new series which I don’t want to give anything away about that just yet.

7) What does your desk look like and what do you “think” it says about you? Right now I’m using a plastic folding table and it’s fairly clean. I just got a new office in our house. New paint, new carpet, three bookcases! Woohoo! I’ll be getting a new desk soon. I hope when I get it and everything is in place, it says I’m organized. That remains to be seen.

8) Where do you find your heroes? When I stop to think about it, up to now, I’ve found them in the national park service, the US Army, the DEA and similar places. Those are places I know or have researched. I worked in the park service and served in the US Army as did my husband. Our active duty military and our veterans are my heroes.

Wow. Congrats on the new office space. Fresh paint? Oh, yeah. Can’t wait to hear about the new desk when it arrives. I’m loving your background, Carol. Your CAN DO ANYTHING GOD attitude has served you well. (Even when it comes to desks, I’m certain.) How about you, dear reader? Please share your thoughts. I’m listening!

Hugs & Happies,



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