It's no secret that I loved Fracture. (Here's my review if you need proof.) But I wanted to get to know this 2012 debut author a little better and see what else she has in store for us. Megan was kind enough to stop by the blog this week to answer some of my most burning questions:
SEJ: Fracture is very relatable and realistic, aside from the fact that two teenagers quite possibly act as death's heralds. Were any of the characters or situations in the book based on your own experiences?
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SEJ: You've also written a short story told from Decker's point-of-view, entitled Eleven Minutes. I found Troy to be just as fascinating, though. Would you ever consider writing his side of the story?
MM: I would….. Haha, I guess I should expand on that. The amount of Troy that made it on the page is just a sliver of the story of Troy in my head. But, of course, Fracture wasn’t his story. I’d be open to it, but at the moment I’m getting lost in a few new projects.
SEJ: Fracture is your first novel. Are there any other 2012 debut novels you're particularly looking forward to?
SEJ: Congrats on your debut novel, Megan, and I look forward to reading more from you. Thanks so much for stopping by to answer a few questions!
MM: Thanks for having me!
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