-THE EDGE OF NEVER-
Q: Will there be a second book to Camryn and Andrew’s story from THE EDGE OF NEVER?
A: Yes, the sequel titled THE EDGE OF ALWAYS will be released on November 5, 2013
Q: Are you going to write about any other characters from THE EDGE OF NEVER?
A: At this time, the answer is no.
Q: When will THE EDGE OF NEVER be available for Kobo and on iBooks?
A: March 11, 2013, it will be available on all digital platforms.
Q: Why can’t I buy a physical print copy of THE EDGE OF NEVER?
A: THE EDGE OF NEVER is being re-published by Grand Central Publishing in the US and HarperCollins UK. The US copy will be available to buy in bookstores July 2013.
Q: How did Camryn and Andrew support themselves while on the road in THE EDGE OF NEVER?
A: The book mentions that Camryn was using a credit card her dad got for her. However, it should be noted that Camryn really did not spend that much money. A round-trip bus ticket costs around $100 bucks and the only things Camryn spent money on while on the road were a few clothing items at Walmart, one outfit from a mall and little things here and there like beef jerky, shaving cream and coffee. As far as Andrew, he has money in the bank from his modeling gigs and he also works for Billy Frank as a mechanic.
Q: I loved the ending, but it felt rushed and I just wanted there to be more! It felt like there was so much more to be told. Why not tell it?
A: The ending served its purpose: It wrapped everything significant up so that the reader would at least know what became of the characters in the long-run. If I would have tried to wrap everything up any other way, the book would have been well over the suitable number of pages and would’ve been huge. Already just like it is, the book comes in at 426 pages and is over 120k words, which is a bit on the long side for a contemporary romance. But the main reason is because I planned a sequel and just couldn’t tell anyone for a long time! :-)
Q: Where can I purchase my own THE EDGE OF NEVER book necklace?
A: Monica from Moon Over Maize on Etsy makes the beautiful necklaces and you can find her shop here.
Q: Do you or someone you know run the Camryn, Andrew and Natalie Twitter accounts?
A: Absolutely NOT. In fact, I revoked the permission that I gave them (whoever they are) after the trouble they were causing and told them that I do not want them role-playing my characters anymore. They said they would delete the accounts and stop, but they did not. I in no way give permission or endorse those accounts because my characters would never act the way the people ‘playing’ them, act.
-THE DARKWOODS TRILOGY-
Q: Will there be anymore books in The Darkwoods Trilogy?
A: Since it is a trilogy, there will only be a total of three. However, there will be a new trilogy based on a key character introduced in book #2, KINDRED, and some favorite characters from The Darkwoods Trilogy will also be in the new one. It will be titled: The DarkSouls Trilogy, and they are also part of The Praverian Chronicles.
Q: Can I send you my paperback copy of your book to have it signed by you?
A: Sure! I’d love to sign it! Just PLEASE BE SURE TO INCLUDE a self-addressed postage-paid return label so that it can be shipped back to you. If you do not include sufficient return postage your book cannot be returned.
You can send your book to:
2513 McCain Blvd. Ste 2 #385
North Little Rock, Arkansas 72116-7606
Q: Who does your awesome book covers and how much did you pay to have them done?
A: For The Darkwoods Trilogy artist see this post! For the DIRTY EDEN artist see here. For THE EDGE OF NEVER, you’re lookin’ at her! And I’d rather you contact Michelle or Daniele personally to find out their fees.
Q: Can you send me a paperback copy of your book so that I can review it on my blog? Can you give me a digital copy for review?
A: I have closed requests for reviews at this time and this includes both digital and paperback copies.
Q: Will you do an interview on my book blog site?
A: Please click HERE to download a pdf. of a pre-made list of various interview questions with their answers.
Q: I’m an author and am looking for some beta readers for my book(s); would you be interested?
A: I’m honored anytime a fellow author asks me to be a beta reader, but at this time I have to regretfully decline. I already do beta reads for a few authors and still have to write and edit and read my own work on a tight schedule, so I can’t take on anymore.
Q: Can I be a beta reader for you?
A: Again, I’m honored someone would even want to beta read my books, but I already have all of the beta readers that I need. Maybe some other time!
Q: Will you review my book on your site?
A: Sorry, but I’m not a book reviewer and cannot respond to these kinds of requests.