To Their Inimitable Path

Author Interview
Rayo Scala Author Interview

What were challenges you set for yourself as a writer while writing A River to the Ocean?

This script was my first attempt at writing a novel so the challenges that I set were many. I would say that keeping the story flowing and interesting was the greatest challenge.

What were some ideas that were important for you to delve into in this novel?

The most important idea that I tried to get across in this script had to do with what people will go through for the sake of love, discovery and commitment to their inimitable path.

What is one thing you hope readers take away from your story?

The one thing that I’d like to see readers take away from this script is a positive impact from contemplating the subject matter.

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When Jager receives a mysterious message from his maverick pilot brother who he hasn’t seen or heard from in over thirty years, he sets out on a journey to find him. His voyage takes him through the unimaginable to learn that his brother is on a most unusual odyssey. A River To The Ocean is a historical fiction weave through time following two brothers on separate but similar paths of discovery.

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