Designed By Timothy Bateson (with Elementor)
I’m one of those crazy people who loves doing interviews, regardless of the format, and I’m grateful to everyone who’s reached out to invite me into their world.
The list below are among my favorite interviews, for a number of reasons. Some cover topics I really love discussing, while others were either done at a pivotal time in my life, or talk about those times. If you enjoy the interviews, please show the hosts some love ad appreciation, because they all do an awesome job.
Also, scroll down past the interviews if you’re interested in hosting an interview with me. You’ll find my contact form, and the guidelines I try to stick to…
And yes, you read that right… I’m open to doing interviews as my characters too.
Joe Compton, over at GoIndieNow is a huge supporter of the independent artist communities. If you make your own films, publish your own books, or have a music career, this is the guy to talk to. It’s always a pleasure to take part in any of Joe’s various show formats. In this particular interview, Joe and I discuss blogging.
Bianca writes an amazing blog, that shares some even crazier stories, all sharing the theme of how couples met. She’s a real pleasure to chat with, and the half hour scheduled interview ended up being well over two hours. I couldn’t be happier with how this interview was woven from the rambling stories of how I met my amazing wife, Sandi.
The wonderful Kori Miller and I sat down for a live audio discussion on what it means to be an indie writer. I love how Kori raves about the Brain to Books Cyber Convention at the start, because it’s a passion we share. We discuss my experience of Seattle and how it affected my writing. We also cover our mutually weird internet research histories, werewolves, shapeshifters, and how real vampires should NOT sparkle.
This beautifully written interview came at a defining time in my life, just before I became a United States citizen. It was wonderful to be able to carry the theme of life’s transitions throughout the interview.
This was a wonderfully tongue-in-cheek interview, with apparently random questions. I’m sure as you read through, you’ll be able to tell which ones I had the most fun answering.
This interview covers a lot of ground, including my writing influences, the challenges of writing, why I love writing urban fantasy, and my love of falconry.
James Kemp and I talk about how I became a writer, my writing process is and what kind of advice I would give to others wanting to be writers.
This was one of the first interviews I did, and I had the pleasure of talking books, writing and my favorite authors with Book Reader Magazine.
I love doing interviews, either as myself, or one of my characters.
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I’m always happy to share the results, and return the favor if your work is suitable for my audience.