Author Jennifer Wylie interviewed me on her blog, and it’s now live. http://bit.ly/hFO2RM. I talk about my writing and influences, and life in general.
After reading through the interview, I realize how quickly information can become out of date. I talk to Jen about Where Darkness Dwells, and if you’re someone who’s eagerly awaiting its release, you’re going to have to wait a bit longer. I’ve been sitting on the information for a week, but I guess I should come out with it: a publisher, heck, it’s my Dream Publisher, wanted to read my book. I’ll talk about how this came about at a later date. It’s an interesting story, but a story for a different day.
When I published The Nightmare Within, I’d resigned myself to being an indie author and indie only. I was stunned to have the traditional publishing world extend an open line of communication my way when I had basically put it behind me.
So, who knows what will happen. Perhaps nothing. No, strike that. If the publisher decides to pass on my novel, I can always just go back to the indie route. There’s a readership that will really enjoy Where Darkness Dwells. I’m confident it will do well, even if I have to present it to those readers myself. Time will tell what happens.