Frequently Asked Questions

Q: I have this great idea and want to share it. Will you write a story about it?
A: Unfortunately, no. I have so many ideas that even if I write until I’m 90 years old, I probably won’t get to them all!

Q: How many dragon books will there be? Will there be stories about the babies when they grow up?
A: As long as I can keep the overall story moving forward, I’ll keep writing my dragon books. We may move around to different clans and maybe even to different periods of history, but I love the universe and hope to write in it for some time.

Q: Are your books available in print?
A: Yes, the print book links are on each book page. You can find the novels and boxed set collections on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, The Book Depository, and a few other places.

Q: Do you sell signed paperbacks?
A: Not right now, but I hope to be able to do so in the near future.

Q: Do you have any dragon merchandise?
A: Yes! I will have a page dedicated to that soon, but for now, you can visit my Zazzle store.

Q: Will you be releasing audiobooks?
A: Yes, I hope to have Sacrificed to the Dragon in audiobook format soon. Once I find a narrator I like, then I can get the rest of them done pretty quickly.

Q: Will you have foreign language translations done of your books?
A: I hope so, but right now, I don’t have any in production. Good translators are hard to find, but I would like to have them translated into German in the next few years.

Q: I love the dragon tattoos and want to get one. Do you have the images?
A: Yes, I have flat images of most of the dragon tattoos.

Q: Where do you ideas come from?
A: From everywhere! Sometimes it takes reading an article and other times I’m wandering through a museum. However, most of my ideas come to me when I’m outside walking or exploring. Also, since a lot of my stories take place outside the USA, traveling helps give me ideas, too.

Q: Do you have any advice for aspiring writers?
A: Read a lot and write a lot. I know it’s not fancy or super inspirational, but those two things are essential to becoming a good writer. I usually write what I wish I could read and it’s hard to know what that is if you aren’t reading a lot, both in your genre and outside of it. Also, make sure to research before publishing. A little preparation can go a long way toward preventing headaches and some mistakes. (We all make mistakes, but then we can learn from them.)