Eunice was born, raised, and met her husband--who was stationed there while in the Air Force--in Montana. They married and settled in north central Kansas, where they still reside. For eight years, Eunice worked as a speech paraprofessional in a school for special needs children. Sarah, an autistic child in her children's book, The Summer of the Crow, is based on one of those students. The Boeves have four children and five grandchildren.
Welcome, Eunice! How long have you been writing? What made you start?
When did you publish your first book?
What type of writer are you? Do you plan ahead/plot or do you simply fly by the seat of your pants?
How do you choose your characters' names?
What is your daily schedule like?
How do you handle life interruptions?
Do you write with music playing? If so, is the music likely to be songs with lyrics or only instrumentals?
What food or snack keeps the words flowing?
What one thing do you like most about writing? Least?
Tell us about your new novel, Ride a Shadowed Trail.
What is your next project?
[laughs] What is your advice for other writers?
What other work of yours has been published?
My website is www.euniceboeve.net if anyone is interested in more information.