by Hillery St. George – Author Interview


hilleryAuthor Hillery St. George

Hillery St. George is a pseudonym used to protect the guilty. She is the proud mother of six children and a grammy to five grandchildren. She considers her greatest accomplishment to be raising a family. Hillery is an adjunct professor of Early Childhood Education, a Mental Health Counselor in private practice, and a Life Coach. She would like to thank the band of caring people who helped take the desperate out of the lullaby.






Silverfox’s online reflection was blatantly blurred…

Ashley Landeaux created an online dating profile and called herself “Sassafrass.” Jed Felson did the same and called himself “Silverfox.” A chance communication turned into much more… but was it reality? Or was it a fabricated dream?

In this series of communication, we follow the relationship where what is perceived as true love becomes… ???


Praise for

“This tale of online romance brings wisdom to all who are or will be involved in online dating – and to those who have been there, it is likely reminiscent of an online relationship or two. There were many great nuggets about relationships and life to draw from the tale.
A must read for anyone in search of romance via the world wide web!” Review

Author Interview

1. Please tell us in one sentence only, why we should read your book.
Life is about relationships and is about an online relationship with some good pointers about relationships in general.
2. If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?
Under the Tuscan sun in Italy
3. What is your favorite quote?
“Never doubt that a small band of caring people can change the world, for indeed, they are the only ones that ever have.” Margaret Mead
4. When you were little what did you want to be when you “grew up”?
I wanted to be a third grade teacher just like my favorite teacher Mrs.Pelton. In the 7th grade I switched to wanting to be a social worker and stuck with that one.
5. Who, or what inspired your last book?
This book has been percolating in my mind for several years, but when I was in limbo between jobs and a move, I felt inspired from above to, “write it now”.
6. Which of the characters is a portrayal of you?
Definitely, Ashley Landeau
7. Are you for or against books being made into movies?
I’m for books being made into movies, although it is very hard to get all of the dimensions of a book and one’s imagination into a movie. I hope both of my books get made into movies. I think they have something important to say and would lend to the big screen! I’m just having a hard time coming up with the actress that would play me:)
8. What is your view of self publishing?
I think self publishing rocks and after much postage and efforts in finding a publisher or an agent, I am grateful to my daughter for suggesting self publishing and doing all the work to make it happen.
9. How long does it take to write a book?
My first book, “Desperate Lullaby” took 5 years to write. “” took 4 months to write and it has 429 pages!
10. Describe your book in 5 words.
Provocative, deception, romance, perilous, eye-opening