Tell us about yourself and how many books you have written.
I love writing. I love telling stories. I'm a graduate of Film & Television production which has offered me many skilled related to being an indie author. I write in multi genres and have two series out at the moment. The first is my Christmas Miracle Series which has four short stories to it so far and they all follow a holiday, which I believe is quite unique. The second series is a Psychological Thriller which I have three books published and the final one on pre-order at the moment.
What is the name of your latest book and what inspired it?
In December I publish one of my shorts, Christmas Miracle on Memorial Day, it's a continuation of the series. I also came together with a group of wonderful and talented authors to create a multi-author spectacular novel called Once Upon a Fabulous Time. There are six authors in total who contributed to this venture and the results are brilliant. A must read for anyone who likes Fairy Tales. Some are original and the other are re-imagined, but all are very exciting.
What authors, or books have influenced you?
Over the past I've been enamored with indie author Jex Lane. She has created and awesome world with is referred to as BeMo's, which is short for Beautiful Monsters the name of her series. This series is just one of those ones you can read over and over. I've read the three books at least four times through now. I want to have a series that excites people in this way!
What are you working on now?
I'm am working on the final book in my series The Mystery of Landon Miller called Freedom. This is the third and final novel in the series and my readers will finally find out what happened to Landon. I also teamed up with another set of authors and we are all writing short stories for and Angel & Magic collection, which should be released in June or July.
What is your best method or website when it comes to promoting your books?
I use Amazon Ads, Facebook Ads mostly to promote my work. Have I mastered them yet—no, but I keep trying and they get better and better each time.
Do you have any advice for new authors?
Keep writing. Write as often as you can, then after you're finished publish. Just hit the button and move on. You'll get better with each new book, it's just a fact. The more you produce the more you'll learn.
What is the best advice you have ever heard?
Write, publish, repeat! Best. Advice. Ever!
What are you reading now?
Bitter Loss by Aliya DalRae, which is a story about how one man is turned into a wolf and what it means for his life and family. Excellent story that is part of a series.
What’s next for you as a writer?
I have a Superhero series planned for this year, I'm thrilled for this series and can't wait to get it into the hands of my readers.