Laura Elizabeth Woollett on how she gives her victim characters a voice

Did you intentionally set out to give these women a voice so that readers would empathize with them?

“Voice was extremely important to me. I wanted each voice to be unique and persuasive, and for each of these women to feel as real as the next. People, when they tell their own stories, generally try to garner sympathy, and to present themselves in a vulnerable and human way. As I was writing these stories in first person, this was something I kept in mind.”