What inspired you to become a writer?
• I’ve wanted to write since childhood. My mother is a voracious reader. I wanted to be someone who wrote stories to entertain.
What is your favorite topic to write and/or read about?
• Werewolves of course
Describe the feeling when you are in the zone and the words are flowing and the writing is all going so smooth…
• I zone out. I become full immersed in my world. I block everything else out. It’s my hands that usually make me stop. When the pain in my wrists starts screaming I quit.
What advice would you give to a new writer?
• Don’t think you don’t need an editor. Get a real editor, not just anyone to correct/read your work.
What has been your most successful marketing tool or strategy to sell your books online?
• I’m on Goodreads, Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter. editor, not just anyone to correct/read your work. I’d have to say tweeting seems to be my best marketing. It makes a huge difference to be on Goodreads actively as well. I’ve read that many authors don’t care for Twitter. But I can honestly say I’ve watched my sales change when I’m tweeting or not.
What is next for you? A book, event or program?
• Another book in the Vengeance of the Werewolf series
What was your journey like from ‘want to become a writer’ to ‘becoming one’?
• Very simple, I wrote the story and self published it.