Get your questions in! Wonder how I got the idea for this book? Wonder about the writing, or publishing process? Want to know about my typing speed, background, or anything in particular about me? I’ll be answering any questions you send or post to me as part of a virtual reading.
I’ve debated doing this for a while, but I finally decided I need to actually do it, so I will be doing a video reading from The Last Disruptor: When World’s Collide this Thursday..
TLD is the story of a 10-year-old boy who lives in a world where you’re not allowed to tell stories, at least fictional ones. But this boy, named Branden “Crate” Barnes, can’t help himself and that attracts the attention of The Absurd, a secret scientific research facility. Crate learns that his stories actually come true on another world and controlling them could be the key to destroying or saving two planets.
Suitable for middle grade readers who love extraordinary tales rooted in science, this novel holds something for adults as well as it tells the story of friendship and difficult decisions.
The video will go up at noon, Pacific Time on Thursday. I will answer some questions in the comments beginning at 12:30 p.m. but will also answer any questions you post in the comments here, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Look forward to hearing from you.