Where did you get the idea for your most recent book?
My first novel, The Reform Artists, which is a legal-suspense / spy thriller about a man wrongly accused of domestic violence in the run up to his divorce, is about the highly destructive nature of high-conflict divorce tactics and the courts' inability to deal with them in a responsible, constitutional way. Guess where I got the idea for that story? :) Yep, more than a decade ago, I was "that guy" metaphorically speaking. The character and the events are not me and not real. They are fiction. But the opportunity to allow people to experience that particular injustice vicariously, but deeply and intimately, in a way that might cause them to feel, as well as understand the injustice is one of the great transformational powers of writing ... and a great responsibility for authors. (By the way, you can download a free sample of the first 50 pages of that book by going here: http://jonreisfeld.com ).