Lindy S.Hudis is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied drama. She is a former actress, having appeared on such well known television shows as Sunset Beach and Married with Children.
In addition to acting and writing, Ms. Hudis is also a filmmaker. Her independent short film The Lesson, which she also wrote, produced and directed, screened at the Seattle Underground Film Festival. She is co-owner of an independent production company called Impact Motion Pictures. Lindy S. Hudis and her husband Steve, a Hollywood stuntman, have just completed the screenplay adaptation of Charmaine Hammond’s best selling book, On Toby’s Terms.
Ms. Hudis resides in California with her family.
Lindy S. Hudis' romantic murder mystery, Weekends, is currently available from Lachesis Press. Ms. Hudis is currently busy promoting her latest book Crashers.
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Could you please tell us a bit about your book? The story? The characters?
My story is about a trio of reckless young people who get caught up in the seedy world of auto insurance fraud. The main characters, a newly engaged and law-abiding couple, find themselves in a very desperate situation where they are in dire need of fast money. They get lured into this world by a sexy and mysterious stranger, who seduces the female character by dangling carrots of quick and easy cash. It’s a cautionary tale about how innocent people can become not-so-innocent when times get tough.
How did you come up with the title and how much say did you have on the cover design?
I wanted a title that was simple, yet intriguing. The same goes for the cover. I wanted to give the reader a sense of foreboding and doom. The cover was designed by Adrian Tatomir Pitariu--who also designed the website--and it was almost like he read my mind. I am very pleased with his vision. As far as the title goes, I felt that a straightforward one would have more power and would get the point across.