• What was the first book you read?
Twilight. It was what started it all.

  • How'd you come across The Twilight Saga?
I began reading The Twilight Saga, after two online friends kept telling me how they loved the movie and especially the books. At the time I wasn't interested as I didn't read much, let alone novels and I thought it'd be a typical vampire story, blood and gore. That was until I accidentally came across New Moon's movie trailer on Youtube. Then, I was hooked.

  • Had you written anything before reading, The Twilight Saga?
Yeah, for school, but my writing was terrible! I also hated writing, because it was so terrible and my teachers said my stories were too long...

  • Had you ever planned on being an author?
Before reading The Twilight Saga, no. But my teacher always said that one day I would be an author. I never believed her, because I also hated reading. 

  • What are some of your favourite books?
  1. Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick 
  2. The Mortal Instruments by Cassendra Clare
  3. Wide Awake by Shelly Crane
  4. The Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer

  • Favourite TV Shows?
Chicago Fire, Neighbours and Star-Crossed -- Save Star-Crossed!!

  • Favourite Colour?
Hot pink, purple and black.

  • Favourite Animal?
Hands down, the wolf! Always has been, always will be.

  • Will you be writing a sequel to Ghost Wolf?

  • Anymore up coming books?
Plenty ;) Check out 'Projects,' most are listed there.

  • How did you get into creating your own book covers?
Wow that's a long story. Long story, short, a friend who was also into graphic design helped me learn the basics and I self taught myself how to use PhotoShop Elements. I started with PhotoBucket.  And no, I didn't take any courses. 

  • Where can I find your books?
In  the tab, 'Shop.' :)
  • Advice for a want-to-be-author?
  1. Read. Read. Read and read the stuff you enjoy and that is also well written. 
  2. Try and get a professional to work with you--you'll learn something, trust me.
  3. There's nothing wrong with starting out on fanfiction, it'll build your confidence.
  4. Believe in yourself, your story and your characters.
  5. Listen to your characters and never fight what they want.
  6. Get a professional editor.
  7. Write for yourself, write what you want, not the public! 

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