Here is a an exerpt of an interview with Eric Wilson from The Bookshelf Review…
Q: I recently read Tricia Goyer’s Generation Next Parenting – a wonderful devotional – and I was impressed with how honest she was about her shortcomings and failings. As a writer, you’ve never been shy about sharing what you believe are your mistakes and faults. How important do you think this trait is not only in a writer, but especially a Christian writer?
A: First, I have to say that I love Tricia’s novels, and her parenting book is great. I think any healthy relationship is based on honesty. As an author, I’m entering into a relationship with my readers. I don’t want to dump all my junk on them, but I do want to engage them with characters that are believable and relatable. We’re often taught lofty Christian principles, but many of us struggle with how to apply them in our jobs, schools, and families. I hope to capture some of that struggle in my novels
Wow…thanks Eric and Kevin.
Read the rest of the interview: http://kevinlucia.net/bookreviews/2007/01/interview_with_eric_wilson_aut.html
Cara Putman says
How cool is that! Congrats, Tricia — always fun to know your book is out there AND getting read!