How do you feel about genre jumping? Can any of your books be classified as more than one genre?
I am not a genre writer. I like to think that my characters write the books and I simply capture a moment in their lives. I do my best to convey that to the reader... ...but as in all things REAL LIFE, it's not always clean and tidy. MURDER RED INK takes a look at humanity at it's best and worst. It fits into my brand of scifi but it splashes across traditional genres the way loud music permeates through walls. I like to imagine I'm creating something unique. It's based in part on true events (in this case). Good question... made me think.