Sunday, August 30, 2009

Slow down that bandwagon, I want on!

OK, so there's a whole lot of Q&A going on in the blogosphere lately.

Natalie did it. Then Lady Glamis. And Weronika.

So, I'm giving you an opportunity to ask me whatever questions you want, with one caveat:

I won't answer questions about my real name, or where I live.

Anything else is fair game.

Post them in the comments, or e-mail them to me at

I'll answer the questions on September 1.

To make it easy on me, I won't answer (in this installment anyways) any questions posted after 5 PM tomorrow night. That way I can write up the post.

Added bonus: I'll link to your blog if I answer your question, so it could be a good way to drive traffic to your site.

So have fun with it and we'll see you on the flipside!


  1. What is your real name (first is fine)?

  2. What was the first story you ever wrote about?

    (You may have to dig deep into the memory banks for this one. I have to go back to age 7 for the first that I can remember.)

  3. Why is it so important for you to remain anonymous?

  4. How do you manage to keep up with all those different writing projects? My head is spinning just looking at your progress bars.

  5. Yes, why the anonymity? I'm fine with it, just curious...

    And, where do you fall in our family as far as oldest, youngest, middle child???

    And, pepperoni or tomato basil pizza?

  6. When are you at your best, writing wise?

  7. What genres do you write? How many COMPLETE novels do you have?

    Great fun!

  8. If you could only listen to one CD for the rest of your life, which would it be?

  9. Bummer, I missed the cut off! LOL That's me- a day late and a dollar short!

    But just in case there is a bonus round, my question would be:

    What is your penname? With so many WIP's one is bound to be pubbed soon- I wanna know who I can google to find the new release! LOL

  10. Ah, sorry I'm late. I'll ask a question anyway.

    If you could choose anywhere to live, where it would be? Would you have a small house or a large one?

  11. It's all good. I answered it in the comments section but I'll go ahead and add it in to the post.


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