I believe that everyone, regardless of experiences and background, can be a writer if they have a story to tell. The only factor is if the story is worth reading or not, I consider it my job to make sure that it is to the best of my ability.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
Personally I prefer a kindle to anything else, specifically the Kindle fire HD. That being said I have yet to try more recent versions of the nook e-reading devices.
What book marketing techniques have been most effective for you?
Free! There's nothing better than free and I feel that no matter how much time and effort I put into a story if I feel that there aren't enough readers enjoying I'll make it free. The last thing I want holding readers back is price, everyone should be able to enjoy a good book and if that book happens to be mine then it's a privilege.
Edwin Lowe is an average teenage boy living in the future. Society has advanced and so has technology. With the world at peace and his peers at ease the only cause for controversy is the new man running for president, only he isn't a man, at least not quite. When politics takes a turn for the worst Edwin finds himself in the middle of it. Will he survive terror and brutality or end up obsolete?
Marshall, a former gang member and new father is struggling to make ends meet with the love of his life Sarah. After he's fired from his a job an opportunity to make some extra money surfaces when he meets an old friend, the only problem is that it involve's stealing money from a Government program. When things take a turn for the worst Marshall is faced with a life-changing decision.