What author/s do you think are overlooked in the writing/reading world today?
I do know that there is more chance of discovery--for both new authors, and also for readers, with this new frontier of self-publishing in e-Book format. It’s still the Wild Wild West of publishing out there, and I’m not sure that anyone really has a good grip on this ever changing new world. But personally, I find it hugely exciting and invigorating, and can’t wait to see how this all unfolds.
What author would you most like to meet and why?
I’ve met all the author’s I’ve ever wanted to meet who are alive. I have no desire to meet or converse with long dead authors--no matter how lovely or talented they were. I have a hard enough time carving out social time as it is without bringing Shakespeare or Charlotte into the mix.
Do you have any upcoming projects that you would like to share with readers?
I write three different series--T-FLAC (my counterterrorist operatives) Cutter Cay (Treasure Hunters), and Lodestone (Sixth sense GPS tracking). October is the release of a T-FLAC novel--Ice Cold. March sees the next Lodestone novel Relentless, and in July the next Cutter Cay novel Stormchaser. As you see- sleep is highly overrated! lol
What is something about yourself that would come as a surprise to many people?
Probably absolutely nothing. Lol. I’m pretty much an open book. I’m originally from Cape Town, South Africa, I, apparently, have an accent, I have a passion for mentoring new and unpublished authors, I adore my Pips on Facebook, I’ve learned to embrace my notoriously atrocious math skills (I tend to give away 46 books out of 10 on Facebook when I’m doing giveaways to promote a new book) and my husband trains our two agility Standard Schnauzers, Chase and Storm, while I sneak them treats under my desk.