Well, to help answer those questions and others people may, have I invite you all to check out the podcast interview below, where I get to answer all those questions and many more. And before anyone asks, "How did you get on a podcast?", I've been on Google+ for a while now, sharing my posts about writing on a regular basis. Well one of my acquaintances on Google+, the awesome Tony Mendoza (writer/filmmaker) extended an invitation to me to be on his podcast "Life In The Hole", where he interviews authors about their work.
I invite you all to check out some of his other interviews after you've listened to this one. Tony's a great host, and a fun person to get to know. While your at his site, you might also want to check out his upcoming film "The Hole", a fascinating psychological-thriller that will have you on the edge of your seats.
Here is the link to the interview, I hope you find it enjoyable and informative:
*Remember: You can find my both book 1 and 2 in my Para-Earth Series (in trade paperback or Kindle form) over at Amazon.com at:
As always, thanks for visiting and keep writing.
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