Thursday, 18 August 2011


1. What is your name, where were you born and where do you live now?
In a Hospital and in an apartment ha. Nah I was born in Chicago, Ill, now live in Milwaukee. WI

2. What is the name of your latest book, and if you had to summarise it in less than 20 words what would you say?
The Hopeless 20 words? Hmm? Drama drama drama! Lots of drama, a romance comedy.. Guy wants girl. Friend wants girl too. Friend blackmails friend to date sister. How I managed to untangle that mess surprised even me!

3. Do you have plans for a new book? Is this book part of a series?
I am actually working on book 2 with the same characters. More religious though. 

4.How long have you been writing?, and who or what inspired you to write?
A year and un-employment inspired me to write! ha

5.  Have you ever based characters on people you know or based events on things that have happened to you?
The book is fiction, however some friends thought the characters were based on them. Some got offended ha, but I see that as a compliment, that means I made the characters that realistic. Towards the end its similar to what I have been through, other than that everything else is make believe. 

6. Is there a certain Author that influenced you in writing?
Joel Osteen while not a fiction writer, I started to write listening and reading  his sermons

7. Is there a book you know you will never read? Or one you tried to read but just couldn't finish?
I do not plan to read anything Vampire. I hate following the crowd and teens are way too obsessed with those kinds of stuff. Also it doesn't catch my interest. Sci-fi in movies is ok to a certain point, but in books paranormal Lit doesn't catch my interest.

8. What do you think about book trailers?
Their a pain in the caboose For an amateur like myself its tough to find video that isn't copywrited and music that sites like youtube won't mute it over. It's a real challenge. Its pretty much a 20 second commercial.

9. What piece of advice would you give to a new writer?
Be patient. Don't rush through it. Know who your readers are and target them. Most of my friends are Christian and I knew that I'd be in alot of Christian events, so for me to market my book or sell them at those events I had to make the book religious. I can't write an erotica and expect to be able to sell it at a Christian event.

Where can readers follow you?

Your blog? I'm still not sure what the blog is about ha
Your facebook page?
Your Goodreads author page?
Your Twitter details?
And any other information you wish to supply?

You can buy the physical book on amazon

or the ebook version

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