Ask Me!

I’m gathering up a list of questions to answer in a video response. Questions can be related to writing, life, or any random silly thing that springs to mind. If there’s something you want to know, ask away – but do it soon, because the deadline is Monday, April 9!

This week, the World Literary Cafe is featuring Stolen Climates in their New Releases!  Here are some comments I’ve received from readers:

Getting a real Twin Peaks vibe from your book so far!  - @crimnos (Jonathan Allen)

Strange, unsettling, and engrossing: three words that spring to mind as I’m 40% of the way through STOLEN CLIMATES. – @NicholasStrange

This novel will leave you looking at nature with a cautious and questioning perspective. – Erika, Amazon Review

Want to know more? You can watch the trailer and read the first three chapters on my blog:  Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3

The book code named Fluffy is nearing first draft completion! I cannot overemphasize how much help and support the #WIP500 group has given me in making dedicated, daily time to write. Look them up on Twitter, and please stop by to say hello to the #WIP500 organizer, Cara Michaels. She’s doing an amazing amount of work to keep the wheels on this buggy – all while still writing her own fiction. I just bought the first book in her series, Gaea’s Chosen and I can’t wait to read it!

To sum up: get your questions in, get your read on, and say ‘howdy’ to Cara!
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7 thoughts on “Ask Me!

  1. OK, I have a question for you. If a publisher told you that they would make you rich and famous, but you could only write in one genre for the rest of your life, what genre would that be and why?

  2. I like that Hunter asked a hypothetical. Hmm, I’ll have to think on this one (the question from me, not the answer to Hunter’s question. That’s an easy one for me).

    Anyway, I like this idea of a question and answer session. I also like a video response. Get to know you a little better. It was awesome actually meeting people face-to-face at WHC. Will be similar with you. Nice to actually hear someone’s voice, see their mannerisms, etc…

    Until next Monday for the question, eh? think, think, think.

    Paul D. Dail
    http://www.pauldail.com- A horror writer’s not necessarily horrific blog

    • Paul, hi -

      I like Hunter’s question, too. I have about five really great questions to answer. This is going to be fun.

      I’ve been wanting to do some sort of video post, but when I sit and speak to a camera in a room by myself, I just don’t seem like me. My sister has agreed to be my interviewer. I hope the having someone to talk to will help me be a little less spastic and self-conscious.

      -aniko

  3. Pingback: Aniko Answers – An Interview « Aniko Carmean

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