Interview with Esther E. Schmidt, Author of Broken Deeds MC: Second Generation #1
12 Jan 2021
What can you tell us about your new release, Broken Deeds MC: Second Generation #1?
Broken Deeds MC handles cases the government can’t close; they take charge and won’t stop until justice is served. Archer just took over as the president of Broken Deeds MC and claimed his woman. Getting married, become parents, it’s a lot to balance for a young couple. This story is about facing their newly found rut and holding strong through every situation. About how life can easily take a turn, robbing them from moving forward and end dreams where new life barely started.
What books are currently on your nightstand?
At this moment there are two books on my nightstand. An early copy of “With This Ring” from Natasha Knight (an arranged Marriage Mafia Romance). And “Burning Dawn” from Gena Showalter, a paranormal romance I love to reread.
What advice would you give your teenage self?
Ha. I have three teenage daughters who hardly ever listen to advice. But I guess I would say…Be fearless. Always follow your gut, even if you fail. Chin high, shoulders back, spine straight; life will always find a way to throw things at your feet but you have the strength to muddle through. Oh, and last, but not least…you can do, and learn, anything; as long as you want it.
If you had an extra hour each day, how would you spend it?
Doing nothing. Relax. Every day is busy enough with work, kids, the house, pets, everything is time consuming so if I had an extra hour each day, I’d use it for myself…just to hit pause and breathe.
What makes your world go round? Why does it bring you joy?
My kids, my dog, my iguana; family. They always seem to be able to put a smile on my face no matter what.
What scene from Broken Deeds MC: Second Generation #1 was your favorite to write?
The real-life parts. Mostly the part where Beatrice is having a bad day and runs into her friend. Life is messy, and it’s a good thing to have a brotherhood who have your back when you need it.
This story might be fiction and romance but it’s about reality. The struggle of a young couple trying to balance work, having kids, their relationship, all the ups and downs in life while trying to solve (crime) cases. Early reviews mention “this book feels real” and it really hits me in the heart how they experience exactly how I meant this story to be.
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