Blog Swap Tour – Laurie Gardiner

Thursday is here. Have no fear though, tomorrow is Friday! And it just so happens I have some lite reading material to get you through the day. Today’s Blog Swap Tour post features Laurie Gardiner and her amazing story Retribution. When I read this story, I had to put down A Journey of Words for a few days to recover from its power. Here is Laurie’s interview, remember to check out her website and facebook page, as well as her incredible first novel, Tranquility.


Author name: Laurie Gardiner
Title of AJOW story: Retribution
Post a brief synopsis of your AJOW story:  They say life can change in the blink of an eye. Ray Tremblay is living proof. In one horrific moment his world shatters. Now, the man who destroyed his family has nowhere to hide, and Ray has nothing to lose.
What inspired you to write this story:

Retribution was inspired by a news story I read about a family on a road trip.
How long have you been writing? As long as I can remember.
What genre do you usually write in?

My first novel, Tranquility, is women’s fiction. The novel I’m working on now is contemporary young adult. I enjoy reading and writing in a wide variety of genres.
What else are you working on at the moment?

I am currently working on a second novel and a short story.
What advice do you have to give to new writers?

Never stop learning. The more you know about writing, and about yourself as a writer, the better you will become.
How can people discover more about you and your work?

Aspiring Writer from Liverpool, living in London, currently working on my first Novel 'Hypnotic'.

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