I often look at the names of books, and sometimes the covers. If I come across a book that looks like it might be good I have to check it out. So I end up looking through hundreds of books instead of reading them.
How do you approach cover design?
I love to make my own, so each one can capture and represent the essence of my book.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
One- The Emperor's Edge- I love this book because it is so funny, it makes me laugh every time I read it. It has action and adventure, and some really awesome moments when I just want to be there and have lots of fun with them.
Two- The Kings Assassin- It was plain and simple really good series. It did have some questionable things, but that is just my thoughts on the matter.
Three- Hush Money- It was a really cool, they had super powers and were getting in all kinds of trouble. It was my kind of book.
Four- Encrypted- It is by the same author as the first one, just so you know how awesome they truly are. This is a book that has a romantic "edge" to it. There is mystery and more, you would really be missing out on this awesone adventure.
Five- Shadeland- It is a nice change of pace to have a female taking charge and helping her friend. It was good read and can't wait to see more of all these authors.
When did you first start writing?
I'm just starting out and hoping that people enjoy my books. Its kinda of hard to switch from reading to having people read my stuff. If it all works out I hope I make many more books.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
I really just wanted to find some thing to express all my creative thoughts, that are currently just running around in my head.
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