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Antony Moussignac, author of Nothing But Drama
Three best friends have their lives turned upside down when their hearts are put to the test.
Monica Stevens just turned thirty, has a great career, wonderful friends, but something was missing. A man! The problem is that she’s still in love with her ex-boyfriend Michael Edison aka “the womanizer”. Things begin to change when sexy twenty-two year old Sean Madison is interested in her. His passionate kisses sets her heart on fire. Can she look past his age and realize that he’s the real deal?
Shauna Knowles is getting married in couple of months to Keith Anderson – a handsome surgeon who swept her off her feet. He operated on her following a terrible car accident and proposed two years later. As her wedding approaches, her life is turned upside down when Peter Morris, a man from her past, resurfaces and stirs up old feelings.
Tina Sommers is a single mom filled with anger and resentment towards her son’s father Bryan Henderson. His abandonment during her pregnancy brought nothing but heartache and pain. Now that he’s back in her son’s life, she decides to set her stubbornness aside to give her son the family he deserves. It’s becoming harder for her to set aside the feelings that continue to burn for him.
These women rely on each other as they begin to learn the life lesson; Falling in love can bring nothing but drama.
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the idea and inspiration to write Nothing But Drama?
Antony Moussignac: My inspiration derives from various conversations with family members and friends. The drama each one experienced in their relationships had my mind flowing with ideas. All I did was write down my thoughts and created a story readers could enjoy.
JP: What sets Nothing But Drama apart from other novels in its genre?
AM: Nothing But Drama is unique because it indulges “real life” situations. Plus, the novel has three characters instead of one. Each storyline is meant to grab your attention and keep you wondering what’s going to happen next. From what my readers say, once you enter into their world of “drama”, you won’t want to put the book down.
JP: As an author, what are the keys to your success that lead to Nothing But Drama getting out to the public?
AM: My key to success is a great marketing plan. So far, word of mouth has helped me tremendously. I’ve also advertised through the internet, book clubs, book trailers and interviews. I plan to do more. The book industry is huge. Getting my book noticed is my main priority, and I’m determined to make that happen.
JP: As an author, what is your writing process? How long did it take for you to start and finish Nothing But Drama?
AM: Nothing But Drama took about three years to write. I don’t really have a writing process. My life is pretty hectic. At times, I had to focus by locking myself in my room just to gather my thoughts. I have supportive family and friends who continued to provide words of encouragement whenever I had writer’s block. Although there was a lot of sweat and tears, I’m ready to do it all over again. Writing is my passion.
JP: What’s next for Antony Moussignac?
AM: I’m in the process of completing my second novel The Choices We Make for young adult readers. I’m hoping to have it published early next year. I’m also currently working on the sequel to Nothing But Drama and a new title Fed Up. I’m also writing a screenplay based on Nothing But Drama then hopefully a motion picture.
Nothing But Drama is available at Amazon.com, Barnesandnobles.com, Borders.com or any bookstore near you. Check out my book trailer on Youtube by clicking on the link below. Please feel free to contact me on Facebook and Myspace under Antony Moussignac.
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