I’ve been working on a book about the 1st Asian serial killer for awhile and I got many rejections from agents and publishers who figured it wasn’t much of a story since he was already in prison. I couldn’t figure out why it wasn’t of interest to anyone since he was from Hong Kong, captured in Canada and sentenced to death in America. As a writer I alway found myself reading about serial killers like Ted Bundy and others, wondering what made them the way they were. I would think that would be a story in itself. If I was curious, why weren’t other?