Q: How did you start your writing career?
A: After many years of wanting to write and be published, I finally sat down and just did it. I finished a novel years ago but it never went anywhere.
Late in 2010, I finished a historical novella and sought publication. It was accepted in less than a week and the rest is history.
Q: How much fantasy is involved in your writing?
A: It’s all fantasy. Often I will take snippets from my life, people I have known and role them into the story. But most of it is pure fantasy. I like to create an escape for readers. If I can do that, I have done my job well as a storyteller.
Q: What do you enjoy most about the writing process?
A: I adore the creative process and everything it comes with. I love to sit and ponder new storylines and characters. And when I write something I deem really good, it always brings a smile to my face.
Q: Do you write daily?
A: I do when life lets me. Usually I write a thousand or so words daily, and I have written seven thousand in one day, but that was pushing my limits.
Q: Where do you see yourself ten years from now?
A: Hopefully by then I will have built up a decent readership. That would make me happy along with writing more books.
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