Interview Questions

What are you currently working on?

When does the next book come out?

Do you create your own cover art?

When it comes to writing historical fiction, what is your rule for historical accuracy?

I want to become a published writer. What should I do?

But what about the ‘getting published’ part of being a writer?

Do you have any advice for aspiring writers?  

Do you find it difficult to switch from one writing type to another? What techniques do you use that help you switch “writing gears”?

How long have you been writing? When did you start? Why did you start —what triggered your writing?

What was your “writer dream”—your goal— when you began to write? Has it changed over the years?

When did you first know that you were a writer?

What does the act of writing bring into your life? Why do you want to write?

On average, how much time do you spend writing a day? Do you have a schedule that you keep?

What stimulates your creativity or serves as a writing inspiration? Conversely, what creates a major writer’s block for you?

Do you ever get “stuck” when writing—have trouble beginning a project or getting through it? If so, how do you handle those “work-in-progress” ruts?

What part of the writing process do you enjoy the most? The least?