Monday, May 27, 2024

Q&A with Hart Hanson

From my Q&A with Hart Hanson, author of The Seminarian:
How much work does your title do to take readers into the story?

Apparently, I am very bad at titles. Everything I’ve ever written has been retitled. My first novel Clear Shallow Water was too hoity-toity so it was re-titled The Driver. My current novel The Seminarian was originally entitled The Irritation Mojo which, I was told, would not do because the word “irritation” is off-putting.

The Seminarian isn’t about a seminarian – my protagonist is a former seminarian who has been thrust back into the real world. However, he approaches his job as an investigator as a seminarian would, so...[read on]
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Q&A with Hart Hanson.

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