1. How can I contact you? Email is best! firstname.lastname@example.org
3. What signings will you be at in the future? I'm taking a break from doing large signings and hoping to do smaller, more intimate meet and greets. As of right now, nothing has been scheduled. I am going to be at the RARE Edinburgh signing June 26-27, 2020. As of right now that is the only signing on my schedule.
4. How do I get signed paperbacks from you? Right here, on my website! Just go to the store and place your order!
5. Can I get an ARC of one of your upcoming books? I have a promotional page here on my website where you can sign up! You do not have to be a blogger to help spread the word! Click here!
6. Why can't I find Searching for Harmony or Fighting for Love in paperback? They were in my contract to be e-Book only. Boo...I know!
7. Will there be anymore books in the Boston Love series? YES! When? I don't know. I am trying to work them into my release schedule! But that series is for sure not finished!
8. I'm writing a book, will you please read it? I wish I could, but I simply cannot. For one, I have my own writing schedule that is insane! And, it's best to find someone you can completely trust (not that you can't trust me!), but someone who will give you honest feedback on what you're writing.
9. I'm writing a book and need help. Can you tell me how to write a book? I wish it was that easy. I can't tell you how to write something that is in your own head. I can tell you this...write for yourself. It's your story to tell and only you can tell it. Do not write something because you think that is what people want to read. Don't be a follower...write the story you want to tell. Don't stop and read it over and over again. Get it all out on paper, THEN go back and do a read through. Always follow your heart. Do not compare yourself to other writers, and don't be afraid to follow your dreams!
10. Have you always wanted to be a writer? Not always. When I was in high school and we read Pride and Prejudice, that was when I knew I wanted to be like Jane Austen. She's my favorite author BTW. I thought I wanted to write children's books at first. Once in college one of my professors told me I wrote in circles and would never be a writer. Unfortunately, I believed him. It took me a number of years to build the courage I needed to write my first novel. In the meantime I filled notebooks with little stories, kept journals, wrote silly newsletters, anything to write. The moral of this story is...never let someone tell you can't do something. You'll never know unless you take the jump!