Q – Are you an Artist, Author, Blogger, or Reader?
A – I could say I’m all four. I do some graphic design, I have a blog, and of course I love to read but I’m most of all a writer.
Q – What fantasy world would you visit given the chance, and who would you want to meet there?
A – As a child I was charmed by Sir Walter Scott’s “Ivanhoe” and even then I understood that Rebecca was a heroic woman. That early strong impression still resonates and could be why I set The Bewildering Adventures of King Bewilliam in the Middle Ages.
Q – What inspires you?
A – My friends, people whom I meet, everyday events get me thinking “what if they did this, what if that turned out differently?” and I’ve got a story prompt. That was the inspiration for “The Lost King,” the first book in my epic fantasy series.
Q – Have you written any stories? If so, please share them with us.
A – I’ve written in several genres but FantasyCon participants will be most interested in “Turning the Tide,” the short story that I contributed to the “Masters of Time” SciFi/Fantasy Time Travel anthology and in “The Lost King,” “The King’s Ransom,” and “The King’s Redress” in my Bewildering Adventures of King Bewilliam epic fantasy series.
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