Frequently Asked Questions

These may or may not be frequently asked, but I’ll give you the answers anyway.

So, why is your site called Suddenly they all died. The end.?
It comes from a short story I wrote with a friend many moons ago.  The story was awful, but we had fun writing it.  You can read it here.  The whole thing is really only amusing to me and said friend.  Or maybe it’s really only amusing to me.

Short stories, eh?  What else do you write?
Well, I’ve written copious amounts of bad poetry in addition to several awful novels, most of which have remained unfinished for a variety of reasons (like the fact that I watched far too many soap operas during my teen years).  I’ve dabbled in writing music, but I think I’ll leave those compositions to the birds.  I’m currently editing my novel The Lokana Chronicles one final time (again) in preparation for a return to querying later this year.  At the rate I’m going, it’ll likely be far later this year before I’m finished.

Where can I read your work?
Why, here, of course!  You can also find my poetry over at ReadWave.

You’re alone on a desert island and can only take three things with you.  What do you take?
I’d take a notebook with an unlimited supply of pages, a bottomless fountain pen, and a replicator.  I think that would just about take care of things.

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3 thoughts on “Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Ellen Hawley says:

    Good answer to the three things question. There’s this bizarre radio interview show in Britain called Desert Island Disks, where they offer to strand the interviewee on a desert island with a supply of records (which tells you how long the show’s been running) of their choice. It’s as popular as it is strange.

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