What is your newest book about? I am currently working on a best of my tweets book or books as I have written over 40,000 tweets in the last four years and I think many of them are timeless and will be enjoyed by readers. Some of the topics that I focus on our religion, humor, quotes, politics, sarcasm, and philosophy.
What inspired you to write it? I received many compliments and retweets of my tweets and felt readers would enjoys books of my tweets that contain masterful quotes, great religious quotes, my incredible sarcasm and unique views of life
What is the writing process like for you? I use Dragon Naturally Speaking to dictate as I feel my thoughts flow better. Rather than writer's block I have writer's gush - the words just flow out so fast. I usually dictate 2,000 -3,000 words a day but somedays when I'm not bothered I have written 10,000 - 15,000.
What did you do before you became an author? I worked for the Army and later on the Air Force as an auditor. Since I'm not exactly selling books like John Grisham I haven't quit the day job yet.
How does it feel to be a published author? It's a great and humbling experience. It's also frustrating when you find out how hard it is to sell books as an unknown author.
Any advice for struggling writers? Realize you have done your job when you have offered your best in a book. Sales do not reflect on the greatness of your book.
Where do you see book publishing heading? I see it going more and more to ebooks. That is good for beginning authors because regular publishers treat you like the plague.
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