Q: What inspires you to write?
A: Mostly everything inspires me. For the most part, I see the world through the eyes of a writer. On any given day, I find many characters and situations that I later incorporate into the stories I write.
Q: How often do you write?
A: I’d be lying if I said every day, but there aren’t too many days that pass when I don’t write. When I’m not writing, I’m thinking about it or jotting down notes to later add details to my story.
Q: How do you come up with fresh storylines?
A: I think there is a finite number of storylines. The trick is to paint a fresh picture onto an old canvas. What makes it fresh is my unique viewpoint and what I can bring to the storytelling.
Q: When is your favorite time to write?
A: I have no favorite or scheduled time to write. I just love doing it! I write as much and as often as time will allow. Of course, the day-to-day responsibilities of the real world always find a way to interrupt my writing time, but I take care of those things and get back to creating my stories as quickly as I possibly can.
Q: Which types of characters do you like to create the most?
A: I like characters that display a wide range of emotions. Like real people, I feel my characters should be multi-faceted and express their feelings in a variety of ways to intrigue, delight, and captivate my reading audience.
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