I’ve been Living The Dream for the past six years of being able to live off of
bathe in M&M’s and coffee at times.
crime thriller, supernatural thriller, and have dabbled in fantasy in the past.
I enjoy writing a character-driven story and the more normal the character the
better. I rarely have superhero types or military or action Ninja fighting
characters. I find them boring as a reader and a writer. I want to know what
the average mid-twenties kinda chubby kinda plain-looking girl who works at the
makeup counter at the mall would do if the zombie apocalypse became reality.
That’s the main character in Dying Days.
Her name is Darlene Bobich. She cries a lot. She has panic attacks. But she
time. It was a completely different experience for me because I’m used to
horror-heavy cons. It was a great time. Shared a table with author Jay Wilburn.
Shared quite a few laughs and stories with dozens of authors in the romance
genre I’ve never met before.
In my bones, which is pretty deep.
well as some cool swag to give away like bookmarks, fridge magnets, wristbands, bottle openers,
etc. I’m not bringing all of my titles this convention because it is a pain in
my giant behind to carry so many boxes and because I sell more of the newer
stuff anyway. No more carting 50+ different titles with me. I’m thinking more
like 12 this time around. We’ll see. I always freak out when I think by not
bringing a certain title I’ll miss out on thousands and thousands of sales,
even though I usually only stock 3-5 of each title.
me and a bunch of very cool authors at AAD. If not… it is truly your loss.
Frankly, I’m not sure how you’ll be able to sleep at night from this point out,
to buy all of my books so my children can eat. I’d say so I can eat but it’s
obvious from the pictures I don’t miss many meals.