Interview with Kathryn McNeill Crane, Author of Finding Hope for Tomorrow
28 Apr 2016
Finding Hope for Tomorrow is about a man who hid his grief, hopelessness, and fears behind a happy-go-lucky mask, until the day his future slammed into him and restored his hope for tomorrow. It’s a story of life, love, healing, and hope.
You’re hosting a literary dinner party. Which three writers are invited?
Ah, food and books. Two of my absolute favorite things. 1) Ruth Reichl because she’s an expert at food and books, 2) Karen Kingsbury because I want to be her when I grow up, and 3) Nora Roberts because I’ve been an avid NR’s reader for over thirty years, and well, she’s Nora Roberts!
What are the last books you read?
Advanced Reader Copies of Dark Corners by AM Madden, and Gripped by Joanne Schwehm. I’m blessed with talented friends.
What’s your favorite thing about writing?
That moment when I think I have everything figured out, and my characters show me how completely wrong I am.
What is the one movie that you can quote the most?
Thanks to my three children, I would have to say Pocahontas, The Lion King, or Finding Nemo.
How do you like to spend a rainy day?
Curled up under a blanket reading a good book or writing on my Neo.
What scene in Finding Hope for Tomorrow was your favorite to write?
When Bekah threw up on Mrs. Tidwell. I loathe that woman.
Do you have a motto, quote or philosophy you live by?
I try to live by these three things: Work hard, love harder, and treat others the way I want to be treated.
Kathryn Crane is the author of the new book Finding Hope for Tomorrow.Buy The Book
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