We had the honor of joining this blog tour for Liz Lawler’s new book I’ll Find You.
Synopsis: Don’t Wake Up, Liz Lawler’s debut novel, sold over 200,000 copies and was Bonnier Zaffre’s breakout psychological thriller of 2017. I’ll Find You, her second novel, promises to be an even more heart-stopping and electrifying read.
This medical thriller breaks away from the traditional domestic sphere and into the fictional Bath Windsor Bridge Hospital. Liz Lawler fantastically uses her own 20-year career as a nurse to instill an authenticity that will truly give you chills. . .
Perfect for fans of TM Logan and Leslie Kara, I’ll Find You will keep you guessing until the very last page.
1. What is your top read of 2018 so far?
I read so many books that came out in 2018 and many of them were brilliant, so it is really hard to pick one, but as you asked for my top read I will choose the one which came immediately to mind – Don’t Make A Sound by David Jackson.
2. What is your favorite book friendship?
I loved the friendship between Dale and Mr Jingles in The Green Mile. Mr Jingles, a small mouse, gave solace to so many men while they awaited execution. His presence brought light and laughter and hope in a place previously devoid of such feeling. I loved how Dale and Mr Jingles’ relationship united the prison officers and inmates to become guardians of this small creature.
3. What was your most anticipated book release of 2018?
I have still to read The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris, which I’m looking forward to enormously.
4. How many books are in your TBR Pile?
Well actually I’m beginning to panic as there are only three books presently by my bedside. I like to have at least half a dozen books to choose from in case I suddenly get cut off from the rest of the world. When I go on holiday for seven days I take five books in my luggage and then buy two more at the airport. Just in case….
5. Who is your favorite author?
Really hard to answer as I love so many authors and it is a love list that gets bigger as I find new authors to add. But to mention a few: Sebastian Faulks, Harper Lee, Thomas Hardy, John Steinbeck, Emily Bronte and the list goes on…
6. How did you start writing?
Quite suddenly and out of the blue, after dropping my children off at school for their first day back after the summer holidays, I found myself sat at my kitchen table writing a story. That was the beginning.
7. Where is your favorite reading spot?
In bed when the rest of the house is fast asleep.
8. How long have you been an author?
Since May 2017 when my first book Don’t Wake Up was published. I’m still very much a newbie.
9. What do you like about reading?
I cannot imagine my life without reading. When I think about being on a deserted island I take comfort from imagining finding hundreds and hundreds of boxes of books to read to last me forever.
10. If you had to describe yourself in a book title, what would it be?
And that is the end of our interview! If you have any question that I should ask in my nex interview, comment below! Check out the rest of the blogs on this tour (they are mentioned in the feature image at the top).
If you have children, there is a new book out by Carey Fessler called Foiled that would be right up their alley! You can buy it on Amazon!