The Shoreline On South Beach (Author Interview)

The Shoreline On South Beach looks like an exciting story. Can you tell us a little about Antonio?

Yes, Antonio is in his late twenties and have a niche into photography with an interest in digital artwork and event planning. His grandfather passed away a while back and he’s very significant to the story because his grandfather introduced him to becoming a photographer. He meets an old attractive friend named Alicia who takes him on this toxic path of finding his ideal lover.

Any plans to turn it into a series?

Yes, I do plan on expanding my series. I want to add more significant characters in the mix as well once I workshop the next book. I also want to make this next book a similar theme to beach life as well.

That’s an amazing cover. What does it represent in the story?

It represents Antonio finding an ideal friend and unexpectedly seeing a missing spark in his future lover.

What inspired you when writing The Shoreline On South Beach?

I was inspired to write this book one day walking near my local beach oceanfront in Buckroe Beach and thought of a brilliant storyline after seeing others take pictures along the shoreline. It unexpectedly hit me after a few rough drafts of the entire story. I was conflicting to either make it a hidden drama or keep it more erotic for my best interest. I finally came to the solution to keep conflicts rising with having unexpected love scenes in between.

Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing The Shoreline On South Beach?

Yes, it was challenging knowing where to put the conflict after solidifying the love aspect of the story and that’s when I chose to involve Antonio and a cop into the whole spin of things.

What do you like to do when not writing?

I like to workout at the gym and listen to a lot of rap music.

Where can readers find out more about your work?

They can find out more by searching up my first and last name on Amazon. They can also follow my Instagram: Novelbreaker and friend me on Facebook: Jamel Rogers to find out the latest updates of my work.