“Give our readers a feel for who you are Miss Potter.”
“You know very well who I am, or you wouldn’t be interviewing me. I get so tired of these Society Page blurbs. Do you have any idea what it is like whenever one of these articles gets published?”
“No. Why don’t you tell me?”
“Suddenly, I am inundated with new want to be friends, I get an unbelievable number of investment solicitations, and marriage proposals from complete strangers.”
“As a member of the 2011 graduating class, what do you plan to do?”
“Well, I am not going to Disney World, if that’s what you mean.”
“Melinda, you have just invested nearly five years of your life earning a degree. What are you planning to do with it?”
“For now I don’t plan to do much with it. I plan to take a long vacation and forget about it, and my interfering, over protective family.”
“Do you have destination in mind?”
“Sure, but I am not going to tell you. I might just as well blab it to the world! The whole point is to get away, far away, where people don’t know me. Where people don’t know that I am the daughter of Benson Potter.”
“How soon are you planning on leaving Ohio?”
“Not soon enough! My parents have a big graduation party scheduled at their country club. Oh! Here comes Lexie, if you want an interesting story, you should interview her. She will be traveling with me when I make my escape.
Meet Lexie by clicking on the Romance selection at the top of this blog, and selecting The Universal Search for Mr. Right. Look for this as an E-Book release the end of March 2012, and in print soon after. Stay tuned.