1. Do you write a single genre or do your fingers flow over the keys creating tales in many forms? Does your reading choices reflect your writing choices? Are there genres you wouldn’t attempt?
What wouldn't I attempt? I'm not really sure. I think it's important for writers to write what they like to read. The idea of fantasy frightens me, but I do have a ghost story that I wrote for a past NaNoWriMo that I want to bring out and have another look at.
I think most authors find villains the easiest to write. I don't know what that says about us as writers, but it's something that seems to be true across the board. Maybe we can work out all of our pent up emotions when we get into the head of a villain! It's quite fun, actually to come up with villains and crimes.
2. Heroes, Heroines, Villains. Which are your favorite to write? Does one of these come easy and why?
3. Heroes. How do you find them? Do pictures, real life or plain imagination create the man you want every reader to love? Do they come before the plot or after you have the idea for the story?
4. Heroines. How do you find them? Do pictures, real life or imagination create the woman you want the reader to root for? Do they appear before the plot or after you have the idea for the story?
5. Villains or villainesses or an antagonist, since they don’t always have to be the bad guy or girl. They can be a person opposed to the hero’s or heroine’s obtaining their goal. How do you choose one? How do you make them human?
6. What is your latest release? Who is the hero, heroine and or the villain?
As for who is the hero and villain, well, you'll have to read the book to find out! No spoilers here.
Right now I'm working on writing down the bones, the skeleton, if you will, of The Bitter End, Book Two in my series. In November I'll be writing that book as part of NaNoWriMo
7. What are you working on now?
8. How can people find you?Website