JoeyPinkney.com Exclusive Interview
5 Minutes, 5 Questions With…
Odessa Rose, author of Water In A Broken Glass
(La Callie Nous Publishing, Inc.)
Meet Tonya Mimms, a talented sculpter who puts her artwork above and before everything including her thirst for love. One drizzly morning, she bumps into Malcolm Holland – a handsome accountant with a gap between his teeth. Later, Tonya meets Satin Pierce, a beautiful bookstore owner who has one of Tonya’s sculptures in her bedroom.
Soon Tonya becomes the centerpiece of a love triangle, in which she finds herself satisfied by a glass of love that she gulps freely and a glass from which she sips fearfully.
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the inspiration to write Water In A Broken Glass?
Odessa Rose: I was inspired to write Water In A Broken Glass because of a friend who was afraid to tell me that she was gay for fear I would no longer want to be her friend. In questioning what I did or said that would make her think this would be the case, the story’s main character Tonya Mimms popped in my head. Continue reading 5 Minutes, 5 Questions With… Odessa Rose, author of “Water In A Broken Glass”