I live in Miramar, Florida. I have a very small family on my mother's side, and a very large family on my father's side. We're all a little crazy, but a lotta fun!
2) How long have you been writing?
I have been writing on and off almost all my life. It's been a lifelong passion.
3) Do you have a favorite place to write?
Right now, no, lol. But I have a least favorite place to write. Writing definitely requires an office dedicated to it. That's my next project.
4) Why did you decide to write The Keeper?
I had always wanted to write "The Keeper" as a series. I never envisioned it in any other way. So after "The Keeper: Awakening" there had to be a continuation to the story. It was just a natural evolution.
5) Who is your favorite character in your book and why?
Oh, that's a hard question... I actually was worried someone would ask me that. I love all of the characters. In a way, they're all a part of me, sappy as that might sound. I really admire Michael's honor and discipline, but I can really feel for Vincent's struggle.
6) How about your least favorite character? What makes them less appealing to you?
Unfortunately, there has to be a bad guy... I actually dislike Klein quite a bit. He's a coward and a bully, and I can't really condone his actions at all.
7) Do you proofread/edit your own books or do you get someone to do that for you?
I definitely get my book to as many people as I can before publishing. The thing with writing is that when you write something with a typo, chances are you will read it and go right over the typo. So, it's very important to proof read for substance, but get friends to read your work for grammar.
8) What do you like to do when you’re not writing?
I love cooking. It's very therapeutic. I also enjoy the occasional air guitar solo while listening to my classic rock, heh.
9) Do you read much and if so who are your favorite authors?
I used to read quite a bit, but now I haven't had much of a chance to read. My favorite author is Stephen King, he is brilliant.
10) What question do you wish that someone would ask about your book, but nobody has? Write it out here, then answer it.
Damn. That's a hell of a question. I don't know of a single question that I've been dying to be asked. I have a lot of questions that are presented to me that really floor me. It's always great though because a lot of the time it never occurred to me. It's always awesome seeing people read the books and wanting more info.