Okay, folks, it's ASK ME ANYTHING DAY! How do I know it's ASK ME ANYTHING DAY? Because I posed this question on Twitter:

Hey y'all, if I did a blog post where I answered your questions, would some of you actually ask questions? The potential silence is my fear.

Because I can totally see this happening. I say "Ask me anything" and then there's a silence so loud it makes my ears (and my pride) hurt. 

But I had enough people on twitter say they would have questions. So, I'm putting it out here. 

Have you ever wondered about my writing routine? Everbound? Everneath? I don't know, what other questions are there? What I eat? 

Okay, obviously my questions are a little lackluster. So I'm depending on you for better questions.

So, ask me questions in the comments, and I'll answer in the comments. 

Okay, ready? go!

Our first questions comes from twitter:

A) are you planning on touring other countries? maybe, say, New Zealand? and B) what do you do when you get writer's block? (:


A) I would LOVE to tour other countries. But I would have to save up my own money, because I'm not sure if/when my publishers overseas would be sending me anywhere. 

B) Many writers will tell you to take a break, and I agree to take a break, but then sometimes you just have to push through it and get words on the paper, even if the words are really bad, and they don't even form coherent sentences, much like this sentence I'm typing right now. 

Okay, bring it on!

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Published on August 27, 2012 13:50 • 161 views
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message 1: by Jenny (last edited Aug 27, 2012 11:16PM) (new)

Jenny J Ok first off I wanted to say that I love question A because I am from New Zealand too. Anyway heres my question.
Your book is based around a Greek myth and there are so many other books like these, too. How come you choose this topic to base around your book?

message 2: by Anushka (new)

Anushka I love Everneath, without a doubt! I just wanted to know, how did you just get the idea? I mean, there are so many in this whole wide world, how come Greek myth? The most common presently is like, Christianity, so - why not take Lucifer? I know, this is sort of insane, but just a query..

P.S.: You made me curious about the Greek mythology. I read so many Greek info books after this :P

message 3: by [deleted user] (new)

Hey I love this book please bring out the next book as soon as possible please. I love Everneath soo much. here is my question is the next book called Everbound ????

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