JoeyPinkney.com Exclusive Interview
5 Minutes, 5 Questions With…
Roxanne C. Fredd, author of Gas Card
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the idea and inspiration to write Gas Card?
Roxanne C. Fred: Gas Card started out as a lie because of current events with the high price of gas. It inspired me to write this novel. I heard on the news report one day, “Drivers without a license will be stopped at the gas pump.” That brought fear to the faces of car owners without a driver’s license. Seeing that look inspired me to write this novel.
JP: What sets Gas Card apart from other novels with a conspiracy theme?
RF: Gas Card provides a fictional but plausible scenario for a government conspiracy. People are looking for an answer to the high price of gas.
JP: As an author, what are the keys to your success that lead to Gas Card getting out to the public?
RF: As a self-published author there is no down time for me. I must push and push. When I am tired, I pray then push some more.
JP: As an author, what is your writing process? How long did it take for you to start and finish Gas Card?
RF: Gas Card is a fictional story geared toward everyone concerned with the continuous rise in the price of gasoline. Again I say fictional because it all came from my mind. It took me a little over one year of working hard day and night.
JP: What’s next for Roxanne C. Fredd?
RF: Detective Rodney McAfee is the one man who sets this book off from others. To know him is to love him. He and some of his men go on to a new case due to release in 60 days: The “Five Million Dollar Horse.” The President asked the question, “Can you do this, Detective?” Detective Rodney, answers, “I’ll do my best, Lady President?”
Also up coming soon urban ghetto work, To Kill a Snake based in part on truth. I also have a number of works going on, so you will see a lot more of author Roxanne C Fredd.