Friday, February 06, 2009

BOM: Results and Reader Reaction

Tee hee.  I had to take a picture of the sign outside the King's Academy because it's the first time I've ever seen "DR. Angela Hunt" on a sign.  What an amazing school!  I've had a wonderful time with their students. 

I don't remember any unusual reader reactions to BROTHERS, except one: I regularly donate books to a prison ministry, and BROTHERS seemed to strike a chord with men who, like Simeon, have been imprisoned.  I didn't consider that possibility at all as I was writing, but in hindsight, I can see where Simeon's experience, even his troubled family backstory, might reverberate with people who have been incarcerated for any length of time.  

Tomorrow:  Q&A, so if you have any questions, please leave them in the comments box.  Thanks! 

~~Angie 

3 comments:

Smilingsal said...

Questions:
How far in advance do you work on a novel?
Give an example of how/when an idea came to you for one of your books.

Mocha with Linda said...

Started Brothers yesterday and it is as good as I anticipated. Had to make myself go to bed last night!

What made you choose Simeon? I know Reuben convinced the others not to kill Joseph, and Judah has a "speaking part" in the Bible account of selling Joseph, but what captured you about Simeon? Or was it stuff later in the 12 tribes?

jan said...

your "Dr. Angela Hunt" sign is beautiful!
jan