How Did You Know You Wanted To Be An Author? I started writing at eleven and never stopped. I was an avid reader even as a child, and the fun of making up my own stories, which I could populate with characters I liked and end the way I wanted them to, was irresistible.
What Is Your Advice For Aspiring Authors? The old standby, BIC (Butt in Chair) is the best advice I can give. #2 is, finish what you start, even if you think it's terrible. It's a first draft. It's allowed to be. You can always work on something that is here and tangible easier than you can fix an abstract idea. Piggybacking on that, don't throw your old writing out. Keep it all. You never know what might spark you someday down the line when you are in the right place to make it great.
What Is The Best Way For Fans To Contact You? My website has a contact form. I'd love to hear from readers.