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Gelber_SampleInterviewQuestions

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Sample Interview Questions for David Gelber,author of 
Future Hope
1.
Tell me a little bit about your book,
Future Hope.
2. What inspired you to write this book?
3.
Future Hope
presents a world without modern day dilemmas, such as war, suffering, andlimited resources. Can you tell us what the world looks like in 2156?4. Have people finally reached utopia or are we faced with new problems?
5.
America’s government is growing rapidly. Do you think the changes we see now willlead to utopia or demise?
6.
Where did you get the idea of transporting back to the Garden of Eden?
7.
Can you tell us about ITP, or Interdimensional Transport Protocol, and what role it playsin your book?
8.
After almost 20 years as a critical care and general surgeon, did you find it difficult to tapinto your creative side?9. Have you always known you wanted to be a novelist?
10.
How do your religious convictions tie into the novel’s plot? 
11.
What do you hope readers will take away from
Future Hope
?12. Do you have plans to write another book?13. Where can people buy your book?
14.
What is your website?15. Is there anything else you would like to add?
Future Hope
by David Gelber (ISBN 978-1-934572-34-4, $23.95, hardcover, Emerald Book Company, January 2010)
To schedule an interview or to receive more information, please contact Babs Chandrasoma at 

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