2. Do you have photos and/or description of Logan and Claire?
3. What are you working on now?
4. What all education do you have?
5. What are your hobbies?
6. Do you like football AND who is your favorite NFL team?
7. What is your favorite thing about football in particular?
The intensity. The passion that you see on the field, every play, every second. It draws the viewers. I find it irresistible.
8. What do you suggest to any aspiring writers?
WRITE EVERY DAY. I talked about doing this for a long time. It isn't something you can do here an there. If you want to get better you have to do it on a regular basis. For me, that means doing it daily. Sometimes it is only a paragraph. Sometimes it is ten or fifteen pages.
9. What is your favorite part of this book?
10. Who is/are your favorite Author(s)?
11. Please share with us your social media links and book links:
Amazon Author Page: http://amzn.to/1MQlkgg
12. Anything extra to add:
Have your favorite football team lose the Super Bowl.
On the last play.
With an interception.
The next day I was so depressed I tuned out all media. No TV, no internet, no newspapers--nothing. And I started to write. I'm still writing.
As you can see, a little motivation can do wonders.
Football will play a big part in a series of books due out next year. And since I'm writing the ending? No interceptions. Guaranteed.
Please feel free to stop by my Facebook page and my website.
Happy reading everyone.
Mary J Williams
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
It hasn’t been easy for Claire Thorton, she is a woman with no money and no connections, however she is a woman who has earned everything she has on her own Claire is a strong woman who goes after her dreams, and get what she wants, and she feels it is high time to make a difference in her life.
Logan Price was an ex NFL football player for the Seattle Knights, who had injured his leg, and sent him back to Oklahoma. When he tried to make a comeback it caused him to go into a deep depression.
Logan meets his old friend who decides to offer him another chance. Logan had finally been able to be someone without football. He was currently working at his fathers bar, and running daily. Now Logan wasn’t sure if getting his hopes up, would kill him if he ended up losing everything all over again.
Claire has decided it was time to make something of herself and Logan. She decided that helping Logan get back to the NFL will prove to her detractors that she can be a trainer and that she is determined to make in a world where the males seem to dominate society.
It only takes one kiss for Logan and Claire to realize the two of them want and need one another to make both of their dreams come true.
This was my time reading a sport related book, and as a person who likes football, and understands it, I truly loved it. I also enjoy the NFL, and this book, “After the Rain” gives you real insight as to how players do get hurt, and just how much it damages them inside and out. People need to see and know that, it is an emotional and physical experience. Not many people see and know this. They just assume that these players that we all watch, and depend on to win us these football games, our heroes, are always indispensable, when in fact they are not. They are people just like we are. Side lining them, retiring them, and forgetting about them, takes a toll on them as much as letting them play.
This book is truly a wonderful realistic look, and for all of you who like football, the NFL, and all the wonders of it, you truly need to read this, and respect the writing that went into this book. Mary did a wonderful job, and I am truly impressed with her representation. This is a beautiful five star read, and well worth being entered into any contests to represent the NFL, or its players, and insight toward them. I think this book truly needs more recognition, there is more here than meets the eye. I was astounded, and couldn’t put it down, and honored to have been able to read and interview Mary.
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