I had the pleasure of being interviewed by William Cook recently for his series on the Secrets of Best-Selling Self-Published Authors, and you can read the piece here. Please spend some time looking around the site. William has assembled a really great resource for anyone who’s interested into taking the independent publishing route. Visit www.selfpublishingsuccessfully.com.
And I owe an apology to Suzanne Robb and Emma Ennis of Fresh and Untitled, because I neglected to share the last part of our epic conversation about characters and plot development. I’m correcting that right now…
Normal service is slowly being restored here after the unexpected complications of early 2016. I signed a few very important pieces of paper a while back, and that means I’ll finally be able to tell you more about the release of ONE OF US WILL BE DEAD BY MORNING (HATER book #4) VERY soon.
I was recently interviewed by Michelle Baker for her www.successcircuit.com site, and you can read it here. I hope you enjoy it. Michelle asked some very interesting questions, which made for a great conversation.
And here, for your Sunday afternoon viewing pleasure (though there’s not much pleasure in looking at my mug) is the third part of my conversation about characters and plot development with Suzanne Robb and Emma Ennis of the Fresh and Untitled podcast.
Keep an eye on this site this week – some great stuff coming up, including details of how you could be a part of Infected Books’ YEAR OF THE ZOMBIE. There’s an interview with Adam Baker – author of KILLCHAIN, the first YoZ novella – live on the site right now.
As promised, here’s the second part of my conversation with Suzanne Robb and Emma Ennis of the Fresh and Untitled podcast.
Such great people to talk to. As I’ve already said, we talked and talked. There are two more parts to follow, and I hope you’re enjoying listening as much as we did chatting.
I’ve been meaning to write about characters and plotting as a ‘What Works for Me’ piece for some time. When the brilliant Suzanne Robb and equally brilliant Emma Ennis interviewed me on the subject for their Fresh and Untitled podcast, I decided it would be easier to link to their video instead of writing a post from scratch. Thing is, we talked… and talked. A three hour interview has now been cut down into handy twenty minute segments, the first of which is here:
Three more to follow shortly!