FAQs
For Readers

 

Where can I buy your books?

 

My books are available on Kindle, or you may be able to find them in hardcover format on Amazon or Ebay or a second-hand bookstore. If you don't have the budget to purchase them, check to see if your local library has them! :)

 

How can I get a signed copy of one of your books?

 

At the moment, signed copies of my books are not available. Sorry about that!

 

Will there be any more books in the Extraction series?

 

The series was intended to be a trilogy, so no, I have no plans to write any more books in the same universe at the moment.

 

What will your next book be?

 

I have a couple projects in the works.... Stay tuned. ;)

Do you have music playlists or a trailer for your books?

I do indeed! Find the music playlists here and the book trailer here.

 

For Writers

 

How did you get an agent?

 

Short answer: By sending out query letters to literary agents. Long answer: See the blog post I wrote about it!

Will you blurb my soon-to-be-published novel?

For blurb requests, please contact me or my agent with information about the novel, and I'll definitely consider giving your book a read! I generally will only say yes to books in the fantasy or sci-fi genre, written for YA audiences. I cannot guarantee that every book I read will result in a blurb, because I'm very picky about only agreeing to blurb books that I absolutely adore and I'm sure my readers will love--but it doesn't mean I don't really enjoy your book. *Note for my editing clients: I apologize, but I will not blurb any manuscript of yours that I've edited, to avoid a conflict of interest.

Will you read my unpublished manuscript?

 

Unless you're my editorial client, I'm sorry, but I can't read your work. I simply don't have the time. But I highly encourage you to get involved with online writing communities like Agent Query Connect. They are great resources for finding beta readers and critique partners!

 

Can you help me get published?

 

I offer editorial services to help you get your manuscript/query/synopsis in tip-top shape for submitting to agents/publishers, and I am happy to point you in the direction of fabulous sites like www.agentquery.com and www.querytracker.net that will help you on your path to publication. But in publishing, even with years of hard work under your belt, there are no guarantees.

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