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  • Where do you find your inspiration?
    Inspiration can be found everywhere - from conversations with friends to a single line in a book. I find that reading other authors and immersing myself in their stories helps me tap into my own creativity. My environment is also a huge source of inspiration – nature, new cultures, art, music, etc. Finally, I try to pay attention to my own life experiences and emotions – these are all great starting points for creating stories.
  • How do you develop your characters?
    When I'm developing a character, I like to start by asking myself questions about them – their backstory, personality and even physical traits. From there, I can flesh out my characters more fully by giving them unique motivations for the plot. I also like to give characters flaws or quirks that make them feel three-dimensional and real. Finally, I try to find ways to make sure that each character has something at stake in the story.
  • How do you know when a story is finished?
    I usually know when a story is finished because it feels complete - all of the major plot points have been addressed and the characters have reached their respective goals. That being said, I'm always open to edits and revisions. It's important to get feedback from trusted readers in order to make sure that the story is properly developed and entertaining.
  • What advice do you have for aspiring writers?
    My number one piece of advice to new fiction writers is to never worry about perfection. Writing can be daunting, when it comes to sharing your work with others. But it's important to remind yourself that you're learning and growing every step of the way.
  • Do you have any upcoming book releases?
    My novel, "Frank," is now available for purchase from the "Buy The Book" page.
  • Are any of your characters based on real people?
    No, all of my characters are entirely fictional. However, I may draw from some of my own experiences and emotions in order to give them a more realistic feel.
  • Do you ever experience writer's block? If so, how do you overcome it?
    Yes, I definitely experience writer's block from time to time. The best way that I have found to overcome it is to take a break and come back with fresh eyes. Sometimes it helps to try writing in a completely different genre or style than what I'm used to, as this can help get the creative juices flowing again.
  • Will you be doing any book signings or speaking engagements?
    Yes, please check my social media accounts for the latest information.
  • How can I get in touch with you?
    Please use the contact page on this website.
  • Can I interview you for my blog/podcast?
    Yes! Please contact me through the website with details of your project. I'd be happy to chat about what we can do together.
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