Q: What inspired you to write this book?
A: Actually, the process of writing stimulated my imagination. I’ve had an idea for a book in the back of my mind for several years. One day, I decided to sit down and write to see what flowed naturally from my subconscious. Before I knew it, three hours had passed, and I’d developed the beginning of a novel. I decided that if I’m ever going to write the novel submerged in my mind, I had to write a complete story-length manuscript to prove to myself that I could do it. Incidents at Balboa was the result.
Q: Why did you choose a Science Fiction/Romance theme?
A: I love science fiction dealing with alien encounters; such ideas strikes close to the heart of my own beliefs.
The romance theme developed early as a fundamental element to the plot because I felt that love is something that we as humans need and seek in our constant search for fulfillment.
Q: Who are your favorite writers?
A: I enjoy reading some of the writers of the past such as Huxley and Dostoyevsky, and Hemingway. I read everything I can by Dean Koontz, Robin Cook, Steven King, and Nora Roberts.
Q: What do you do when you’re not writing?
A: If it’s wintertime, you can always find me at a ski resort. I love to ski, although it requires full concentration and physical effort. At the end of the day there is nothing like sitting down with a glass of wine and just relaxing with friends.
Q: Will there be a sequel to Incidents at Balboa?
A: If I have requests for a sequel, I have many ideas involving Michael, Laura, and Michelle. Alex and Christy are also another story brewing in my mind.
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