Can I still read your ebooks if I don’t have a Kindle?
Of course you can! Amazon makes it easy to read ebooks on multiple devices. Download the Kindle for PC app and read on your computer, or download the app for your smart phone/tablet. You can also read books in your browser! Click here for more info. All you need is an Amazon account and you can read Kindle ebooks anywhere!
Future books, starting with Livingston Girls, will be wide releases. You should be able to get them almost anywhere. Stay tuned for more information.
Are you available for critiquing and/or beta reading?
Because of my schedule, I cannot critique or beta read unless I have volunteered and spoken to you about it.
How can I become your beta reader?
How do I get signed copies?
One day I’d like to have a store page on this site, but until that happens, all you have to do is email me! Let me know which books you want and how many copies, and we’ll go from there.
How do I get a signed bookmark?
Same concept as the books, except the bookmarks are free. Shoot me an email at email@example.com with your mailing address and I’ll sign and send whatever swag I have on hand to you.
Can I perform your play?
Short answer: Yes!
Longer answer: If you’re interested in performing my work, send me an email and we can discuss pricing for rights, as well as any potential for appearances. I love attending performances and giving talkbacks—I would love to see your show if I have the time and funds available!
Can I make fanart for your work?
Nothing would make me happier. If you’re posting it on social media, feel free to tag me too—I’ll probably share/retweet/repost it!
Do you write from an outline or just make it up as you go along?
Used to do the latter. I’ve converted to the former. I never finished a single book before I learned to outline. I would lose track of the story, create massive plot holes, and constantly write myself into a corner. Outlines help prevent most of that madness.
Who are some of your role models/people who inspire you?
Oh man, this is a big question. Here’s a (very) short list, and I’m sure I’ve forgotten someone—Stephen King, Jenna Moreci, Hannah Lee Kidder, Paul Tremblay, Ruth Ware, Gillian Flynn, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Gillian Anderson (I like Gillians), and Rachel Bloom.