These are some of the most commonly asked questions I get. So in order to save time I've put together some answers.
Where are your books for sale?
Kindle, Kobo, Nook. Pretty much wherever e-books are sold.
How many stories are in the HUNTERS series?
Hunters is an ongoing series with over two thousands Jobs on record. How many I manage to finish remains to be seen.
What is the meaning of life?
Sweet, Sweet Booze.
What books are you reading?
I am currently reading Tibetan Yogas of Dream and Sleep. It's quit the thriller.
How do you research your stories?
I spend a fair amount of time pouring over obscure books, journals, and interviewing people. In other instances I have to resort to the web, of course going that route I run the risk of finding myself reading about quantum physics at five thirty in the morning.
Where do you get your ideas?
For the Hunters series it feels like I have two guys sitting on either side of me that won't shut up about all the supernatural tom-foolery they've gone through. Other stories are less invasive, but once you create a character they start talking and usually won't shut up.
What's the best way to reach you?
Facebook is usually the quickest way to get my attention.
Will you name a character after me?
Sure, but they will most likely die horribly.
What advice do you have for aspiring writers?
Live a life worth writing about, or find someone that has and write about them.
Your historical details are not always one hundred percent accurate, what the Hell?
For the most part I try to keep as historically accurate as possible, but sometimes I will fudge dates and times for the sake of making the story flow smoothly and quickly. Other times I'll make minor changes to make a richer story. Lastly, history is rarely historically accurate.
Do you read fan-fiction?
Not of my own material. I have so many details I try to keep track of that I would hate to read something from a fan and reuse it without giving them credit.
Boxers or briefs?