As a part of the tour for Teen Book Scene, I was able to ask Michael Griffo, author of Unnatural, questions which are answered with lines from the book.
Is there anything you would like to say to your readers: “You’re forever beautiful and you’re forever mine”
What’s it like hearing that readers are eagerly awaiting your book’s release: “Could they tell that Michael was happier and more excited than he had ever been in his entire life?"
How does it feel when you’ve written something you think is really good: “What wonderful freedom this was, to express himself, express the passion that burned deep within him and not keep it locked away, ignored, admonished.”
What do you like to do when you’re not writing? “Spend hours chatting about the Brontë siblings, Oscar Wilde, and a ton of more unliterary topics.”
What does it feel like to connect to your audience? “This is the feeling you’ve been craving, the feeling that was always out of your grasp, of being connected, being accepted, feeling utterly natural.”
Check out more about Michael and his books on his website.