I am a new writer hoping to get published. So far it's been difficult. I've sent queries out but have been rejected several times. I'm attempting e-book selling because I heard good things about it.
I live in Alabama. I have two daughters and am married. I work at Children's of Alabama in the imaging department. I write part-time and have several works completed.
Why I like to defend myself after a bad review?
I got a negative review about my story A Daring Choice for Craig. See, the whole point of nothing happening to the bad guys was to leave something for the next two that follow. The bad guys linger as in most novels, especially in a series. Besides why have a series? I read it and thought I didn't end Craig's story as bad as the review indicated. Anyway the bad guys go on in Candice's and Sam's story. I can't say much else or it would ruin the suspense.
What is your writing process?
I just simply write what's in my head. Once I've completed my entire manuscript then I go back and read it to see if I want to make any changes.
Ever wonder what it was like to be psychic or have ESP? Well, Walt Delevega gets a crash course, literally. All because of one girl and one simple touch he gets Caught in abnormal circumstances filled with weird dreams and possible dangers. What's a guy to do?