Character Name: Mya Rochon
1) Tell us a little bit about yourself--both something we learn from [the story] and something that readers might not guess?
Well, I think everyone knows I’m passionate about science and STEM education but something that you might not know about me is that I play flute.
2) How did you first meet your writer?
I met KD in college. We were in orchestra together and were roommates for three years.
3) Want to dish about him/her?
Oh, do I. I’m not sure I should though. She has just as many stories about me as I do about her.
4) Why do you think that your life has ended up being in a book?
Well, I admittedly have been through a dramatic time in my life. Generally, my life is pretty boring but the theft of my research and the destruction of my research lab isn’t an everyday occurrence.
5) Who's your favorite character? Why?
Dr. Emmett Brown from Back to the Future. He figured out time travel, a scientist’s dream.
6) Who's your least favorite character? Why?
Frankenstein. He gives scientist a bad name.
7) What's next for you?
Now that I’ve found a new research lab, it’s
back to work. And with Gideon and I more committed than ever to each other, I’m
looking forward to the spending the rest of my life with the man I love.
About Christmas Data Breach
A mysterious fire is set at Christmas…Forcing a security expert to reunite with the woman he never forgot
Security specialist Gideon Wright knows Mya Rochon’s cancer research is groundbreaking. But when an arsonist destroys his ex-wife’s lab and puts her at risk, he discovers it’s dangerous, too. With Gideon’s protection, Mya’s determined to finish her project—no matter the risk to her life…or Gideon's heart. But will their rekindled partnership face its most deadly adversary yet?
About K.D. Richards
K.D. Richards was born and raised in the Maryland suburbs just outside of Washington, D.C. A writer since a young age, after college Kia earned a law degree and worked as an attorney and legal instructor for fifteen years but never stopped writing fiction. She currently splits her time between Toronto and Maryland with her husband and two sons.