Q: Who is your agent?
A: I don’t have an agent.
Q: Don’t you want an agent? Are you anti-traditional publishing or something?
A: I’m not anti-traditional or pro indie. I think that there’s plenty of room for both, and that each author’s needs/goals are unique. I’m a writer, not an activist. I don’t judge. As for the agent route: it depends on the agency, agent, and what they have in mind. Writing is my love, but it’s also a business.
Q: Will you answer my email?
A: Maybe. Please look over the FAQ’s first and if you still have questions, I’ll do my best to answer your email. I do/have answered questions about writing, my books, and most things on a professional level.
Q: Do you really have a Beezlepup?
A: Yes. His name is Ronan, and his real breed is called a Shikoku. We just call him a Beezlepup for so many, many reasons. The character Devlin in The Book of Lost Souls is the only fictional character in my books with a real life counter part.
Q: Will there be a sequel to The Book of Lost Souls?
A: Eventually, yes. Since I don’t write cliffhangers, I think readers will be content with the current book’s ending.
Q: Will there be a sequel to Don’t Fear the Reaper?
A: Yes. Again, I’ll have more information available after the release of my next novel.
Q; A new book? What’s it about?
A: It’s an adult/new adult urban fantasy. Stay tuned for more information. Release scheduled for late spring 2013.
Q: Is there a sequel to The Haunting Season?
BLOG POSTS/CONTEST GIVEAWAYS
Q: Do you do interviews or contest giveaways?
A: Yes. If you’re an author or reviewer with a blog, contact me. Note that I only donate ebooks to contests, via Smashwords in Kindle or epub format.
Q: Do you do guest posts?
A: Rarely. Between social media, marketing, and answering emails, posts for the Indie Chicks and for The Indelibles, I think the best use of my time is writing the next book and spending time with my family. I hope you agree.
Q: Will you review my book?
A:. No. I’m a writer, not a reviewer. If I’m reviewing, I’m not writing.
Q: I’m writing a book. Will you beta read for me? Will you be my crit partner?
A: Sorry. I already have the world’s best betas and critique partners and I’m not taking on any more of them.
Q: I’m writing a book. Any advice?
A: Keep writing. Rewrite. Revise. Get beta readers and critique partners that are not comprised of family or personal friends.