1. Give me the “elevator pitch” for your book in five to ten sentences.
Betrayal is tearing at the very fabric of the twin cities and they are on the verge of collapse. The frightened citizens are turning on the garrisons, the gods, and each other. Commander Shadoe Van Ives discovers how to save them if he can stay alive long enough to find someone he can trust. Shadoe must outmaneuver the enemies inside and outside the walls of the twin cities before time runs out for him and for them.
2. Why did you become an indie writer?
I have wanted to publish my work for a long time but kept letting life get in the way. It took my dying mother to make me realize I am the only one who can make my dreams come true. Being an unknown, I was lured to a vanity press. Fortunately for me I was pointed in the direction of indie publishing before I made a critical mistake.
3. Have you been traditionally published? Why or why not?
Not yet. I am still working on finding the way in. I have the tools now to pursue that avenue and will begin the process soon.