Book Talk Stop Q&A
The inspiration behind "I Wish I Would've" is healing. There are many dark issues that families deal with and tend to sweep under the rug. I hope "I Wish I Would've" starts the family secrets conversation and helps move people toward healing.
It was challenging to face my own demons while writing "I Wish I Would've". Being a survivor of sexual abuse and assault it was difficult after writing scenes with acts of violence but I knew what I wanted to tackle in "I Wish I Would've". I knew that I wanted to break the cycles of abuse and I had to get it out, no matter how tough it was for me to write or others to read.
Writing a Fantasy Fiction book would allow me to use my imagination and create a new world. I have a Fantasy story that's been running around in my head for many years. I just need to write it!
My favorite past time is listening to The Great Gildersleeve. It's an old time radio show from the 1940s. It was my muse while writing "I Wish I Would've".
About Aynoit Ashor
Aynoit writes to bring awareness to frightening realities of domestic and sexual abuse. Using profound inner strength and courage, she speaks to inspire and hopes to educate. Aynoit is an advocate of awareness, so others can begin to heal.