This seems a bit preemptive
because no one has read the book but I read it on a suggestion for free things an author can do to help their book and it sounded like fun and a good way to procrastinate from writing. Also, I should probably do this for a few of my YA books.
So, here are some suggested questions that I, as the author of Room 702, would put forward.
1. How did you experience the book? Were you drawn in immediately, or did it take you a while to get into it?
2. Of the many chapters, who were your favorites guests (or employees) at the Winchester?
3. Given the structure Room 702 is a bit gimicky, why might the author have chosen to tell the story the way she did—and what difference does it make in the way you read or understand it?
4. What passages strike you as insightful? Is there a bit of dialog that’s funny or poignant or that encapsulates a character?
5. Describe your dream hotel room. Does the hotel suite described in Room 702 sound like a place you would want to stay in?
6. Do you have any memorable stories from a hotel room?
7. How do you think the book ended? Were there any stories or characters you wanted more resolve with?
8. If you could ask the author any question, what would you ask?
9. For the person who chose the book, what made you want to read it? Are you glad you suggested it? Would you want to read more from the author?
10. What were some of the major themes of the book? Do any of the themes resonate with you?
11. Did any of the characters remind you of someone you know? How?
If you’ve read the book, please feel free to chime in with your own – or answer above!