Poll: After I finish "Forever's A Long Time," what type of FxF project would you like to see me write? (Listed below in no particular order.) Vote Now!
Author has written 10 stories for Romance, and Humor.
S'UP WITH ME
The brick wall known as writer's block still hitting me square in the face. Maybe I don't actually have anything else to say. I hope I'm wrong.
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NEW Q&A SECTION
Q: It's been four years since you've updated "Forever's a Long Time," the sequel to "Sonnets in My Gym Bag." Do you ever intend to finish the story?
A: Yes! And I'm sorry it's been so long. Real life can sometimes get in the way of a writer's best intentions. But the journey of Juls and Travis is a very personal one for me and I am shooting to finish it after I finish "Vox Vi," which I think has about 3 chapters, give or take left.
Q: I like the turn you took in "Vox Vi" by having the gods actually influencing characters as opposed to some abstract and nonexistent icon figure. Unless I missed the cues, I don't believe they were in "Amor Vincit Omnia" in this manner were they?
A: No, the gods were not "active" in Amor Vincit Omnia, except toward the end, and only as an abstraction. Though the events in Amor occur much later than those in Vox Vi, Amor was actually written first before I had actually worked out the gods plotline in Vox Vi.
Q: Could you write a story about the forbidden love of a high school student and a teacher?
A: Thanks for asking, but I don't think I could. I don't like my main characters to be too young. It feels wrong to me.