2. What is it about?
3. What do you hope will be the everlasting thoughts for readers who finish your book?
4. What advice do you have for other writers?
Obviously that's a difficult question. I think Inkshares has a really interesting model. Audiences have access to so much entertainment these days in so many very affordable formats we've all become very demanding. We expect a lot of choices and we expect them at almost no cost to us. What I think Inkshares is doing that is really interesting is that as a writer you can "float" ideas out there and see what catches on. It's low cost to the audience and low cost to you as an author. You can bang out a couple chapters and see if people like it before you invest a year of your life in a book. Obviously it's still in it's infancy but imagine the site expanded to the point where popular authors can post three, four or five ideas and see which ones people want to read rather than writing three, four, five books only to find out nobody likes two of them.
I know from a strictly artistic standpoint that may not appeal to a lot of authors but to me personally, I love it. There are some stories I would write even if nobody read them but for the most part I want return on the investment of my time. So if I can know there's an audience for a book before I finish it, that's all good in my book.
6. What challenges did you have in writing your book?
7. If people can only buy one book this month, why should it be yours?
Because you'll laugh. You'll have a good time. There will be a hundred books this year about family dramas, wars, illnesses, love lost and found, zombies, dragons, post-apocalyptic wastelands and more struggles to save the world than you can shake a stick at... but you'll have a better time with this foul-mouthed monkeys. Take a break from all that drama and get down to business, monkey business. Bam. That's a tagline.
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