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The Bridesmaid
by Vic P. Victory
Genre: Adult Romance/Comedy
Release Date: April 2020


May I introduce Emma to you?

Emma, early thirties, dependable magnet for mishaps, “screw ups”, and small to medium catastrophes, trusting victim of womanizers, and a newly minted frustrated single. Nachos with cheese sauce, frozen chocolate tarts, family packs of vanilla ice cream, a little too much red wine, and a gigantic serving of self-pity are helping her drown her misery.
When her friend Olga choses Emma to be her bridesmaid amidst her own personal crisis, she would rather burst into flames. After an initial period of stagnation, she begins to accept the task thrust upon her, and fully dedicates herself to project “Wedding”.
If only it wasn’t for the bride, who slowly mutates into a self-righteous, megalomaniac, obsessed with perfection and allergic to any well-meant criticism. In other words, a bridezilla. Despite Olga’s unrealistic expectations and unabashed fits of rage, Emma resists the thought of a jumbo-sized Kentucky fried chicken bucket, straightens her 3-buttons-blouse, pulls herself up, has another sip of red wine, and charges into the fight to save a wedding and a friendship.


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Interview with the Author

What initially got you interested in writing?

My head vomits ideas at minute intervals. I’m like a word junkie. What must come out, have to come out.

What genres do you prefer to write in?

Humor, romance, thriller

Are there any authors you prefer to read and why?

For sure!

Dan Brown – because of his talent to fascinate readers from the first line

Cecelia Ahern – her stories are such profound and enjoyable

Stieg Larsson – in my mind he was one of the best thriller autors ever and the only author who trumps him is Agatha Christie. She was excellent!

But there are many more authors whose books i love to read. This list would fill a book.

How did you make the move into being a published author?

As a selfpublisher I published my books at Amazon. I used to do almost everything by myself.

Meanwhile, thanks God, I have a large pool of service providers who take on various tasks for me, like proofreading, cover design and so on.

What do you find most rewarding about writing?

Writing is a satisfaction for me. All I need is a sheet of paper, good music, and a bottle of whisky.

What do you find most challenging about writing?

To free myself the time and rest.

Do you have any tips for writers who find themselves experiencing writer’s block?

It helps me to read other authors’ books or take a walk.

I make notes of all sorts of things that comes my way, so when I’m not writing, I can use them at some point later.

What advice would you give to people that want to enter the field?

Read a lot, plan fixed times to write, don’t be too strict with yourself and

accept help from other authors.

What do you want readers to take away from reading your works?

I wish my readers especially cozy hours and fun reading my books. And don’t take life too seriously.


Is there anything else about you that you think readers might find interesting?

I hate fast cars, think old people are fantastic, despise rumors and gossip, I’m very curious, I can‘t sit still for long and often rack my brain with stupid banalities. I love the smell of petrol, drink too much coffee, and avoid appointments. I feed on discovering the world and I‘m grateful for what I can do.

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