Any advise for aspiring writers out there?

Oh man! I have so many ideas for books. I want to continue the series with the Randolph brothers, first and foremost. They're all so different, and they each have a story and I can't wait to write them. I also have ideas that dip into the fantasy/supernatural world. Take a look at the page for Destiny Awaits and Once Upon a Hallow's Eve if you're intrigued. I also have ideas for a couple books set in a zombie apocalypse world and ideas surrounding a group of college friends. Honestly, the list goes on and on!

I would absolutely consider doing a book tour! It all depends on the fans, the readers. Send me a message, and we'll see what I can work out!

I've wanted to be a writer since I could hold a pencil in my hand. It was my goal, my dream. Why be anything else when you can build your own world, be anything you want to be, with just a stroke of a pen?

Of course I would! Anyone has a blog they want me to guest post on, hit me up! If anyone has a podcast, a radio show they want me to talk on, contact me! If there's any morning shows, TV shows, even news stations that want to know more about me and my journey, send me a message! Any exposure is good for me, and the more people learn about me, who I really am, the better!

I would definitely consider it. Honestly, it would depend on the publisher and if we had the same goals in mind. 

That I'm a person just like everyone else. I have my ups and downs, my good days and bad days, and I've been through my share of heartache just like everyone else. I'm not perfect, nor do I ever want to be. Our flaws are what makes us human, and I am willing to answer any questions, talk about anything anyone would like to. I'm more than just a writer. I like to connect.

Would you ever sign up with a publisher again?

Honestly, the only advice I can give anyone who wants to be a writer, is to not give up! There are so many doubters out there, so many people who want to bring you down. Man, if I could count all the negative fan mail I've gotten! But the most important thing is to believe in yourself. You'll get your share of rejection letters, just like everyone else and you'll have your ups and down, but if you keep at it I promise you the reward of having a published book will be amazing!

I would love them to! But that's a question for the film making business. Something I have no control over.

Did you ever sign up with a publisher?

Oh, there have been a lot of obstacles for me! Finding good cover artists. I really found some great ones through Facebook, who have done amazing work for me! Finding an editor was tough too, but I've got an amazing one now! And of course, marketing... but there are so many articles, and people willing to help you out or give advice.

When did you first know you wanted to be a writer?

What has your biggest obstacle been, when self-publsihing?

What other ideas do you have for books?

I did! Shortly after Fearless was released the first time, I signed a contract with a small press. The novel was poorly written, I admit it. But it was my first go, what did I really expect, right? The small press did help me fine tune some of it, but in the process, it didn't sound as smooth as I would have liked it to. We disagreed on a few things and eventually we ended up parting ways.

What is the one thing you want your readers to know about you?

Will you ever consider doing a book tour?

Would you be open to doing any interviews?

Do you think your books will ever make it to the big screen?