Get to know Brigitta Moon:
1. What is the general theme and tone of your novels?
I would say the general theme of my novels is romance with a little darkness tossed in . The young lady has fallen for a man who she has to put in some overtime to hold on to. The novels follow the young woman’s trials and tribulations with the exception of A Secret Love. This particular novel is a short one and gives Chris and Derek equal spotlights. Lately I have indulged in novels with some dark themes. These particular novels are little harder to write; staying in the frame of mind of a character with some a dark side is not easy.
2. Why should people buy your novels?
Happy endings. Putting down a novel and feeling warm and fuzzy. This statement refers to my novels written before 2016. My newest novel, Ashes Of Old Lovers is a little dark.
3. How would you describe your novels in just two words?
4. What movie have you seen the most in your life?
5. Was being a novel writer something you've always dreamed of doing?
No. It’s something that happened over time.
6. Do you have an all-time favorite novel? Have you read a novel more than once?
I have read a couple of Michael Connelly’s more than once, but I don’t usually give a book a second read. I guess I would have to say Flowers in the Attic has to be an all-time favorite. I say this because I read it when I was in high school and I still remember it. The read left an everlasting impression.
7. What motivates you to write?
I am motivated by improvement in my storytelling skill and the desire to grow readership.
8. Apart from writing, what else are you passionate about?
I am passionate about vacationing. Just a break from working where you can take out time to enjoy the earth; watch the sunset, the phases of the moon, listen to an angry storm, the rolling of the ocean, traffic on the freeway, the songs of birds, hoot of an owl, chatter on the beach,the quiet of the night, smell the rain, the spring blossoms and the summer air. A vacation where you can enjoy you, be alone with your thoughts and feelings and your wants and needs. Vacation is a reset. You start over refreshed and ready to reach for the stars.