3 Questions Wednesday with Fay Lamb

Good morning! Welcome to another edition of 3 Questions Wednesday. This morning we’re talking with our very own Fay Lamb.

Fay Lamb 2018 GalleryGood morning, Fay. Can you describe yourself in three words?

Down-right crazy (is it one or two words if you hyphenate?) Just in case, Down-right certifiably crazy.

LOL. I love your sense of humor, Fay. Next question . . .

Someone offers you a fully-paid writing research trip to any place you desire to go. Where would it be and why?

Without a second thought it would be to Teahupoo, Tahiti. I have a story that has been living in my brain for many years since I read James A. Michener’s The Drifters about a group of teens who were facing the troubles of their times: the Vietnam War, the sexual revolution, drugs, etc. My story involves professional surfing and five individuals who are ten years past their glory. Each have gone his or her own way, and one of the friends has allegedly perished in the surf. The survivors of their wild lifestyle are coming together to support a momentous occasion. The place where they will reunite is Teahupoo at the Billabong Pro, and there are lots of surprises and a mysterious stranger afoot. Just to give you a hint of the storyline, the title is Resurrection.

ocean waveI plan to write this story in a way that it will attract a very unreached people group in our society: surfers, and I will be donating books and all of my proceeds to Christian Surfers International.

If someone’s going to pay my way, they need to hurry because the Billabong Pro is August 10 through August 21, 2018 and as of the time of this interview, the countdown was: 114 days, 8 hours, 9 minutes, and 36 seconds from starting.

Hehe. Reader, if you want to see some amazing footage on Teahupo’o click the link. Last question . . .

If someone made a movie of your life, what would be the theme song?

So many crazy things happen in my life, and people sometimes believe I make them up. So, my obvious song has to be That’s My Story, and I’m Stickin’ to It by Jimmy Buffett.

Sounds like a plan, Fay! Thanks for joining us for 3 Questions Wednesday.

Click to Tweet: How an author inspired me. So many crazy things happen in my life, and people sometimes believe I make them up. 3QW with Fay Lamb @InspiredPrompt #interview

Fay Lamb 2018 GalleryFay Lamb is an author, an acquisition editor, and a freelance editor. She also loves to teach workshops for fiction writers.

The last novel, Frozen Notes, in her Amazing Grace romantic suspense series released in September. The series also includes Stalking Willow, Better than Revenge, and Everybody’s Broken.

Fay’s popular The Ties that Bind romantic series includes Charisse, Libby, and Hope. Readers are anxiously awaiting the fourth novel in the series, Delilah, which will be released in mid-2018.

Her adventurous spirit has also taken her into the realm of non-fiction with The Art of Characterization: How to Use the Elements of Storytelling to Connect Readers to an Unforgettable Cast.

Fay’s third series contracted with Write Integrity Press is entitled Serenity Key, and the first novel, Storms in Serenity, released in March, 2018.

Fay loves to meet readers, and you can find her on her personal Facebook page, her Facebook Author page, and at The Tactical Editor on Facebook and on Goodreads. She’s also active on Twitter. Then there are her blogs: On the Ledge, Inner Source, and the Tactical Editor.


7 thoughts on “3 Questions Wednesday with Fay Lamb

  1. Hey Fay, it is a pleasure meeting you. I did not know about Christian Surfers International. They sound like an amazing group. May the Lord provide ABUNDANTLY for your trip.


  2. I love Fay’s sense of humor and imagination. I believe I’ve read every book she’s ever written.
    BYW, Fay. I love this picture of you.

  3. Such a fun interview! I’m looking forward to seeing Resurrection being written! It sounds exciting!

  4. Hi, Fay,
    Wow, your idea for your book sounds interesting!
    Thank you, Gail, for featuring Fay. I love her stories!
    Blessings to you both~

  5. What an interesting story idea! Whether someone else funds it or not, I’d say make the trip and write the book!

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