A year ago I sold my first book. It was an e-book, and I’m not sure who bought it, but as I watched the red line on my KDP account move from one to five to ten copies and beyond that day, I felt for the first time like a real live author...
One of my favorite things to do is to travel to new and exciting places. I was lucky enough as a child to have parents who took me on road trips all over the US during our summer breaks, covering almost all 50 states by the time I graduated from high school.
One of the first questions I get from people when they find out I’m a writer is about my routine—how I write. I could answer that in a few simple sentences, but I find the journey to create a schedule and learn discipline worth sharing, especially if there are any new writers out there by chance reading this.
I chose James Rutherford because I was working on one of his chapters in book three (OMG I’m so excited about where this is going!), and was feeling rather fond of my favorite villain. In almost every movie/book/play that I enjoy, my favorite characters are usually not the good guys, but the villains or antiheroes you so desperately want to pull through.