Was it hard to write The God's Wife going back in forth between two times and characters?
Would you rather have visions of the past or the future?
As for seeing into the past, I guess it would be interesting, but really, it seems less interesting, despite the fact that I write historical fiction. I can glean what I need from texts about the past.
How do you think that the ending affected Neferet? Rebecca's family?
To talk too much about Rebecca also would spoil things for readers. I definitely can't talk about her family and her ultimate choice. Rebecca's life is in a parallel world and it's important to remember that when she makes her sacrifice, the parallel world may cease to be. It's one way of looking at it. There is no real answer as to why the two worlds came in contact with each other, but according to quantum physics, two worlds that do connect can't stay connected and it's likely one will disintegrate. Of course, you may not accept the parallel worlds theory and consider it magic, as Neferet does.
Are you planning a sequel?