Where are you from? Parts Unknown, does that count?
I am from Connecticut originally in the armpit called Norwich. I spent my childhood between New York and Connecticut in a constant gleam of travel and the non-structured environments of being tossed between two families. My biological family and adoptive family.
When and why did you begin writing?
I guess I have to say when my first book was published by Weaving Dreams Publishing, and penned also with Marie Pacha.
It was more the belief in what occurred the night my brother was known to have died, that it influenced me. Also, the constant bullying and harassing helped in some way as some form of revenge with success.
Because, I have made anything possible that "could" have happened or "did" happen be part of my writing. Even dreams and night terrors. My religious beliefs also paved the way for what would become the Regime Guard Series.
My message for readers to grasp is that anything can happen, anytime, any place. Also, as I always say, believe. If you believe in something so strongly and remotely understand what it is your believing, it can come to pass in any form. If you like it or not.
Evolution of the Fallen is possible. For anyone who reads it, the can understand it is possible to happen to individuals in those situations. Regime Guard is based upon my own personal beliefs, that there is always something out there to destroy evil.
I don't edit. I never edit my own work because I rather have someone edit it because I cannot catch all of my mistakes.
Evolution of the Fallen had a formula for it, its why it is written like a textbook almost.
I see this as a long term career, not some kind of short thing at all.
How does your family and/or friends feel about your book or writing venture in general?
My friends and family love what I do. It's just having the time and space to do it is problematic. But, I work when I can and don't when I cannot.
People like myself and people I know amongst the social networks will be forces in the publishing field to be reckoned with. Many of whom now are represented and/or have good publishers who can market those books to bestsellers. People, like myself, are just waiting, and when the waiting is done, then we strike, like a bolt of lightening.
There we have it a more in depth look at an author's life. If you enjoyed this article please be sure to comment and let us know :). More to come soon as regular post resume in the NaNoWriMo Aftermath :) Happy Scribbles!