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Orlando, FL

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February 12, 2013

Who are some of your favorite writers? Or the last book you have read?

Dean Koontz, Stephen King, last book I read was John Dies at the End.

What would you like to improve with your writing?

I would like to be able to write continuously without over-thinking every chapter...line...word...

What genres do you tend to write? For example, paranormal romance, hard science fiction, etc.

Paranormal, horror, dark fantasy. It seems every story must have a twilight zone twist, sorry, just a big fan.

What is the best or worst piece of writing advice you've ever been given?

The worst would be to write what you know. My real world experience with the paranormal is lacking.

When participating in small group discussions, do you more often listen or wait to speak?

Listen. I receive much more information and knowledge if I listen to others.


Hi, my name is Joe. Most of my experience lies with video. I once received an award on GMA for best horror short film. I have been attempting to convert my video brain and all of the stories it contains onto paper. It oozes procrastination.

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