Q: When did you write your first novel?
A: I started writing my first novel, Guardians of the Mist, about two years ago.
Q: What inspired you to write a novel?
A: The simplest answer is I love to daydream, and I wanted to share them with others.
Q: What is your writing day like?
A: I write whenever I am not working or taking care of family. I write every single day. Usually, I get in about two hours in the morning and three to four hours at night. On the weekends, I commit a lot more time. Coffee is my best friend.
Q: Is there anything you won't write?
A: I write what I feel. I do not put a box around it in my mind. If it appeals to me and I think there is a good story there, and it flows out of me, then I write it.
Q: Do you ever use real life experiences when you write?
A: I supposed I do without consciously thinking about it. But it is not something I intentionally plan. My characters come to life in my head when I write. I am only observing it from inside their world, not mine.
Q: What is your best advice to an aspiring author?
A: Follow your dreams and don't listen to those who are not there to support you. If you get a rejection do not take it personal and quit. Keep going.
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