1.) What is your Author name?
2.) What is the first book you ever published?
The Destiny of One
3. What is your publiversary?
4.) What is your favorite book you've written thus far?
I hate to pick favorites. I would probably have to pick A Different Kind of Courage.
5.) What book took you the longest to write?
The one I wrote between the ages of 11 and 14? Of my published works, probably The Destiny of One
6.) How long did it take you?
The Destiny of One took me two years
7.) What kind of music (If Any) do you listen to while you write?
I love stuff by Sound Critters, Audiomachine, Two Steps from Hell, and movie soundtracks.
8.) Who is your favorite character from any of your books?
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That would be a toss-up between Kate Mayfield (Kate’s Case Files) and Maria Morris (The Destiny Trilogy)
9.) What are you currently working on?
The third and fourth Kate’s Case Files Book.
10.) Do you have anything you snack on while you write?
11.) What is your favorite quote or line from one of your books?
“There is a light that can only be found on the other side of darkness, there is a peace that can only be found on the other side of struggle, there is a faith that can only be found on the other side of doubt, and there is a healing that can only be found on the other side of pain.” ~ A Different Kind of Courage
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13.) What is your writing inspiration?
I get my inspiration from a lot of places, but I would say the biggest inspiration is my family.
14.) What genre do you write?
I like to bounce around. I write historical fiction, contemporary mystery, sci-fi, and Kingdom Fiction (fictional medieval location but feels like history)
15.) Do you have any writing rituals?
I try to pray before I start writing for the day. I want each book to be what God wants it to be. I also normally have something to drink at hand, iced or hot tea is a favorite.
16.) Do you have a specific place you write or time?
I have a table in my room that I sit at most of the time. You can normally find me there between the hours of 8-6. I treat my writing like a job.
17.) Do you have any advice for aspiring writers?
Write what you feel God is calling you to write, not what the world tells you is popular. Stay surrendered to Jesus.
18.) What are your writing goals?
That each book impacts at least one life for Jesus. If one person is brought closer to Jesus because of my book, it is worth it.
19.) What authors inspire you and your writing?
Grace Livingston Hill, Linda Lee Chaikin, Alicia Willis, J. Grace Pennington, and many more
20.) What will be your next release?
I just released a non-fiction book about my family called There Was Always Laughter in Our House. My next release will be the third Kate’s Case Files book.
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