I’ve often said I wouldn’t be a writer today were I not surrounded by my own in-house techie support team:
my husband, son, daughter, and son-in-law who eat, drink, breathe, sleep and yawn the latest, greatest technology.
Imperfect Trust presented an opportunity to leverage and acclaim their talents, though I soon realized there was a fine line between delivering too much and too little technical stuff. You see, I wanted my computer-savvy readers to buy into the story because, let’s face it, a work of fiction has to be somewhat believable. But I also didn’t want those who are not as knowledgeable about the computer world to cross their eyes and toss the book aside.