An Interview with Eva Blaskovic

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On my other blog, I was privileged to interview aspiring author and short story artist, Eva Blaskovic.
For the complete interview please go to my link Patty's Inspirations
I promise you will find her interesting and inspiring. Also check out the link to her short story. “The Waiting Room

Here's an excerpt from Beyond the Precipice from Chapter 18 : The Noose Tightens. “She” is Nicole, Bret's girlfriend, the cello player. Drake is his older brother and Galan is his uncle.

She stared at him for a long time and finally took a deep breath. “Okay, what am I missing here? I don’t mean to be disrespectful, but he’s been dead for six years, right?”

He nodded, resting his chin on his hand.

“Look, I’m not saying disregard his wishes. I mean—I don’t know what it’s like to lose a parent, God forbid. But why can’t you decide for yourself—especially now?”

“Because everything in my life is strung together. Like a web. Each thing is connected to something, which is connected to something else. The course has been set and now I have to see it through.” She kept staring at him.

“Why? Why is it all connected together? Why can't you tell me?”

To explain, he’d have to start at the beginning. The very beginning, whenever that was. Maybe it went back to the time of the Oliver play. Maybe when Drake stopped thinking of him as his best friend. And then he’d have to tell her about the accident. Even his mom didn’t know that yet. He’d have to explain about Drake and Galan—and that would surely do it. How could she consider going on with this relationship knowing he was tied to a ball and chain? How could she feel the same about him after she knew what he’d done?

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I want to thank Eva for a very interesting interview that leads us into her writing style and her writing world. Please keep an eye out for Eva Blaskovic!!
Patty Wiseman
My goal is to be not just an author of books, but a true writer. I love to spin a story the reader cannot put down, a page turner. It always thrills me to see the wonderful reviews of my work, or to hear people say they could not put the book down. That is what satisfies me as a writer.
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