3 Questions Wednesday with EJ McCay

Welcome to 3 Questions Wednesday, EJ McCay.

EJ McCay lives in a small West Texas town with her husband, two daughters, and four cats.

When she’s not writing, she’s listening to music, watching the best movie ever, Princess Bride, or the best show ever, Chuck.

I loved Chuck!–And Princess Bride is a classic. Okay, down to business–first question

What inspires you?

EJ:   I’m inspired by different things, from things my daughters say/talk about, to television shows, or my own past experiences.

Our children often inspire, and without even realizing it. 🙂 In my opinion, life experiences are the very best. Makes it easy to “write what you know.”

Next question–You’re a new addition to the crayon box. What color would you be and why?

EJ:  I’d be ocean blue, because I love the beach.

Blue is a very relaxing color, and the beach is the best place for it, don’t you think? There’s something about water that automatically calms you.

Final Question–As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?

EJ:  Ha! I wanted to be a stand-up comedian. A case of perpetual stage fright made that not such a lucrative career choice.

Uh-oh! Maybe you could use the stage fright as a platform. Humor is such a great way to communicate.

EJ McCay has authored three books, all available on Kindle. You’ll find more information about them here: Books by EJ McCay.

You can connect with her on Facebook: www.facebook.com/EJMcCay and Twitter:  https://twitter.com/ElizabethJMcCay


Broken Like Glass by EJ McCay

How is Papa supposed to set me free when I don’t even know what I need to be freed from?

Lillian Louis James tried to live a good life but her father had a knack for bringing out the worst in her. When a quick weekend visit with him turned violent she found herself on the wrong end of the law. Stuck in the small town she would rather forget Lillian was forced to attend therapy and try to figure out where it all went wrong. Her high school crush showing up on the scene didn’t help either as unresolved feelings bubbled to the surface. Will Lillian let Jesus heal her broken past before her chance at love is gone?

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