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I'll bet you wonder...

• what I do to amuse myself
• how I spent my time before writing consumed my life
• where I come up with my characters
• who I'd like to kill at my day job

The answers to all these questions -- and many more -- are on Reviews by Jessewave today! Don't miss this interview!


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May. 4th, 2009 09:21 pm (UTC)
That was a great interview! You may want to invest in one of those mini tape recorders for your car. That way, when an idea hits you, you don't have to worry about writing it down.

Also, I worked with the public for 35 years and I hear you talking! The customer is NOT always right. As a matter of fact, they are seldom right. I used to have a lovely feeling about people until I had to work around them and that certainly changed my attitude about the human race!

I'm into the paperback books. I know the ebooks are big right now, but there's nothing better than a real, living book sitting in your lap. Do you think any of your previous ebooks will ever come out in paperback book form? And is Partners in Crime going to be a paperback like the others? I sure hope so!

May. 5th, 2009 11:07 am (UTC)
That's a good idea about the mini tape recorder. I already have one (buried somewhere). I can throw it in the glove compartment.

What's hard for me about working with the public is that I work in a small community where a majority of people are warm and wonderful. I get complacent and begin to trust that people are basically decent, maybe even kinda cool, and WHAM some idiot blindsides me.

Most of my longer stuff should be out in paperback at some point. All of PsyCop is already caught up. Channeling Morpheus is in production. Zero Hour will go into print as soon as I finish writing it -- I've already got the cover illustration. Hemovore will be both ebook and print. And Partners in Crime is both ebook and print.

Short stories are really the only things that I see as being ebook only, and who knows, someday I might do a collection of those so that people who prefer to read print can have 'em that way!

As a designer, I definitely prefer print. I enjoy typesetting books almost as much as I like writing them.
May. 5th, 2009 03:22 pm (UTC)
I'd like to think that most people are good and decent. It only takes one person to ruin that. I think you just have to keep things in perspective; that's the only way we can survive this world.

Glad to hear that most of your work will be out in paperback form some time in the future. I've been reading so much about Channeling Morpheus that I'm just about ready to buy the ebook and just be done with it. But I'm going to hold out and wait for the paperback.

I'd like to thank you for being so assessible to your fans, too. I like that about Josh Lanyon as well. And I feel our feedback does make a difference in what you write to a point. Anyway, I really appreciate you and admire your work so much.
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