Hello again. I promised lots of new material, did I not? And I’m delivering!
Here’s yet another interview, and I’ve got tons more lined up. But first, would you mind answering this super quick poll so I can improve my blog? 🙂
And one more:
Sorry, I might have gotten carried away with the “poll” feature of the blog. Ahem. Anyway, onto the main event…
Do you remember the first thing you ever wrote?
A poem. I used to write poetry when I was around 14 years old.
Do you write every single day?
I try to. Inspiration isn’t always there when I need it to be, so sometimes I have to wait a few days in between.
Do events from your past play a role in your writing?
I think so. I think things I have been through and people I have met make writing easier. At least writing characters easier, I mean.
Where can we find your work?
My ebook is available through Nook and Amazon. My paperback can be purchased through Amazon, Createspace or through me.
Are character names important to you? How about settings?
Names are very important. I think each character has to fit his or her name. Settings are important to the story but not as important as the dialogue.
Do you try to put messages and morals into your fiction, or do you write simply to entertain the reader?
I honestly write to entertain and usually morals make their way into the story.
What are you working on at the moment?
I am writing part 2 of The Guardians.
Have you ever considered collaborating with another author?
No, but it would be a great learning lesson. There is always room to grow.
Please tell us about yourself. What are your hobbies? What inspires you?
I spend a lot of time with the family and my dogs. I love relaxing and listening to music. I am inspired by music, movies and life.
Where do you see yourself in ten years from now?
Hopefully with quite a few books under my belt. I hope a few of them are made into movies.
What advice do you have for aspiring writers?
Write what you love and don’t let others make you feel bad for it. You will learn along the way. Try not to be rough on yourself.
Where can we find you on the web?