I strongly believe in historical accuracy as well as building each character over time. Do you find anything difficult in the writing process, and if so what? Copy-editing is the worst for me. It is so hard to find your own errors.
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If I get lucky, I have a couple of friends copy edit for me before I send it off to be looked at or read by a publishing house. I'm the world's worst for writing 'your' for 'you're' and 'her' for 'here'. Wish I could set my computer to catch all those, but since both are perfectly good English words the computer doesn't help me out. I am getting better over time and I know my weaknesses, so the mistakes are getting fewer and fewer. Do you currently have any writing projects? Currently I'm writing the sequel to Angel and the Lawman and a series of children's books that create a completely new genre for kids.
I write several non-fiction articles for kids each year as well. Since my move to Montana, everything seems to have a western flair. Guess my horse, Jester, influences me on that. I'm also working on my new Sci-Fi novel, which I hope will be out next year. It's about a mysterious woman who keeps showing up all over the country working for the police departments, either in vice or homicide. She is followed by an FBI agent who has a secret agenda about discovering his own past. Now I won't go any further into it, because I don't want to give away any clues as to how they are connected.
Hopefully, I'll do it right. I never lack for something to write about. If you could do anything with your books, what would it be?
Oh, that's an easy one. I would love to have the books turned into a TV series.
I loved the old shows where you had to have some talent and plot line to make it a success. Don't get me wrong, I do love some of the live reality shows, but nothing is better than a well-written TV show based on characters in a book. It's a way to make the characters live on in more than just one person's mind. Is there anything else you would like to add? I just want to add my personal thanks to BookStrand for taking the time to interview new authors and give us a chance to promote our books and short stories in a media that can be overwhelming to the ordinary person out there.
I also hope everyone will take the time to read something new every week by a new author.
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There is so much talent out there left undiscovered by the mass-market book publishers. I read constantly and I've promised myself to try a new author every other time I purchase a book, whether it be online, the library or at the bookstore. I hope others will follow suit and I think they will find a total new world of intrigue, romance and fantasy out there they didn't know existed.
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