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Author Q&A ft Caroline Beauregard | Express Pursuit Book Tour | Romantic Thriller

Express Pursuit  by Caroline Beauregard  is on virtual book tour. The romantic thriller stops at Readeropolis with an author i...



Express Pursuit by Caroline Beauregard is on virtual book tour.

The romantic thriller stops at Readeropolis with an author interview.

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What are your top 10 favorite books/authors? 

As a side note, I did, ages ago, did a scholarly education as part of a Phd in Comparative literature. That was before the idea even crossed my mind about writing my own book. I was fascinated with the use of fiction to convey the human experience of time. My project centred on 4 favourites books: The Time Machine, by H.D.Wells, Lost Horizon by James Hilton, Bid Time Return by Richard Matheson and Portrait of Jennie by Robert Nathan.

What kind of research do you do before you begin writing a book? 

Lots of internet research, in books also. I also went through some of my travel diaries, as far as writing craft is concerned I used lots books and article such as those featured by Writers Digest, etc. They are excellent books available for new author who prefer to be, like I am auto didactic instead of studying in a creative program.

Do you see writing as a career? 

I already have a full time career but I noticed when I get engrossed in writing a book time flies and then I would rather devote my time solely on the book then my daytime job.

What do you think about the current publishing market? 

Well, now almost every one who buts a decent book out there can self publish but unless you want to invest a lot of money on promotion, no matter how good the book is, it hard to get visible. Publishing house won’t take a chance on a new author unless you’ve done all the promo for them already or have a huge social media following. I notice that there is also a big market that feed on the hopes and aspiration on new author to “help” them while running a lucrative business on their back.

Do you read yourself and if so what is your favorite genre? 

Romantic thriller and romantic suspense

Do you prefer to write in silence or with noise? Why? 

I prefer to write either in silence or in a coffee shop with an even level distraction and noise.

Do you write one book at a time or do you have several going at a time?

I only write one book at a time but do scribble on occasion ideas or concept for another. When I write a book, a sort of have a love affair with it and it is often one of the first thought in AM and through out the day. It sort of impregnate and color all the period of the research and writing process.

Pen or typewriter or computer?

Actually with this book it usually starts with pen and then type. Holding a pen and gliding it on paper echo more the flow of my though process. However, when the flow come, my rough handwriting becomes even more distorted then usual, the letter become compress and amalgamated to look almost like the work of a stenographer. Needless to say that to read myself and transcribe in type version is often a challenge.

Tell us about a favorite character from a book. 

It would be easy to say the heroine but as a reader, I enjoyed even more Drake because he is the love interest and has a few secrets of his own.

What made you want to become an author and do you feel it was the right decision?


I never wanted to become an author although who wouldn’t dream of seeing their book on the shelf of a book store? I think writing Express Pursuit was a great experience and I took it almost like an academic project. I got the spark on an idea for the project, studied carefully, applied the excise to do to the project. In a way I consider this debut novel like a graduation dissertation. I have had practice with two Memoirs for Master’s degree and two Phd. scholarly project outline.

Advice they would give new authors? 

Study the craft carefully as you write, do research, submit the outline to a writing coach to make sure your premise is viable, hire a few beta reader and submit the best book you can. Don’t count the hours, do it for your own personal satisfaction and don’t write expecting to make sell. If you aim to sell, be careful not to spend more money of promotion and add then when you actually get in royalties otherwise it just doesn’t make sense.

Describe your writing style. 


I usually start with a concept, work the mechanics of it, then chose the best cast to bring the story to life.

Express Pursuit 
by Caroline Beauregard 
Genre: Romantic Thriller 


Follow Mara Ellington's trip across Europe riding the Orient-Express where she suddenly gets entangled in a complicated terrorist attack threat.

As she rushed down London’s Victoria Station, feisty Air Traffic Controller Mara Ellington fought her apprehensions about this journey. It was no longer the trip of a lifetime she had dreamed about with her best friend. Instead, fate had turned this exciting adventure into a lonely voyage to honour her deathbed’s wish. After arriving at the train’s platform, a strange incident will leave her baffled but not as much as her unexpected confrontation with Counter-Terrorist Agent Drake Steinfield who has also boarded the legendary Orient-Express, on a mission to thwart a terrorist threat.

The sexy and tenacious agent is on the tail of an elusive Al-Qaeda Extremist leader who has planned a string of massive explosions along the train’s route. Additionally, he may be using the tourist as a pawn in his schemes and according to the CT agent, this makes her his best lead to stop him. Mara and Steinfield will need to join their forces and race against the terrorist’s deadline to prevent these massive tragedies, if they can put aside their clashing personalities and growing attraction. What destiny awaits them down the line of this Express Pursuit? 

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Caroline Beauregard (1964-) was born in Montreal, Quebec. After her nursing degree, she obtained a Bachelor in Anthropology, an MA in Medieval studies, another MA in History of Arts before continuing on to do Phd level courses in History and Comparative literature. She has over 35 years of experience as has a Health Care Professional in geriatrics and works as Health and Wellness Manager in a Senior Residence. A seasoned travel, she loves to write about her trips in her travel journals. Express Pursuit, a romantic thriller, is her debut novel. She lives in Montreal with her husband and two Siamese cats. 






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