If there’s something you’d like to know that is not covered here, please feel free to contact me.
Do you have an end-point in mind for The Sixth Gun?
I do. The entire series has been outlined and I know how it will end. The series will run somewhere around fifty issues when it is all said and done.
Will there be any more of The Damned?
Brian and I love the world of The Damned and we definitely intend to return to it. I’ve outlined the next arc of the story, and there is a much larger story that I’ve roughed out. The difficulty right now is finding time to do the book without taking time away from The Sixth Gun. We have played around with some ideas to make the next story of Eddie, Morgan, Darcy, Big Al, and company available sooner rather than later, but we haven’t settled on anything yet. Worst case scenario, we’ll return to The Damned once The Sixth Gun is finished.
How can I get by books signed?
One of the best ways to get your books signed is to find me at a convention or signing. I try to keep an up-to-date list of appearances (although sometimes I let this slide). I’m more than happy to sign any of my work that you bring. Sometimes, though, bookstores will ask that you purchase work to be signed from them, and I’ll always defer to the guidelines of my hosts.
We would like to invite you to a store signing or convention. How do we go about doing so?
Send me a message HERE. Keep in mind, my schedule fills up pretty quickly. For conventions and store appearances/signings, travel and boarding are required. That might be negotiable if your location is within 3 hours of St. Louis, Missouri.
If I see you at a convention or signing, is there a limit on the number of books you will sign?
No. I’ll sign pretty much whatever you bring. If, however, you bring a ton of books, I’ll sign their books first (and/or take breaks from signing your books to take care of theirs).
I can’t make it to a signing, but I’m desperate for a signed book!
If you can’t make it to a signing or convention, you can get some signed books from my online shop.
I’ve already bought your books. Can I just mail them to you to sign?
This isn’t a preferred method, because I’d hate for your books to end up lost or mangled. But if you would like to send books my way to sign, please make sure to send a return envelope and postage along, too. Also, I cannot be responsible for items that get lost or damaged in the mail.
My mailing address is:
27 Stonegate Center #300
Manchester, MO 63088
You’re so sweet. Can I send you a gift?
Of course! But please, nothing alive or previously alive. Food items aren’t gonna be eaten, either, unless you’re my mom and you’re sending me cookies. Also, nothing illegal. Items that are so awesome that they should be illegal are fine.
You’re so sweet. Can I send you a copy of my script or manuscript?
Unfortunately, I can no longer read unsolicited scripts or manuscripts. I’ll happily look at published work, though. I’ll try to get back to you with feedback, too, but please be patient with me.
Do you have any sample scripts or proposals I can see?
Absolutely. Occasionally, I post pieces on my writing process. There are script and proposal examples aplenty to be found in those posts, and you can find them here.
Do you have any details about the TV/movie adaptations of your work?
Nine times out of ten, I know just as much as you do. The wheels turn slowly, but they are turning. I remain cautiously optimistic about the projects that have been announced. I try not to think about it too much. My goal is to write the best stories I can. As soon as I know more, I’ll definitely be posting about it.
Did you really perform as the World’s Youngest Hypnotist?
Yep. My dad was a stage hypnotist for many years. When I was 3 or 4, I was part of the act.
Did you really fight a cougar?
Yep. His name was Eight Ball.
Do you really spend all your time drinking margaritas?
No. I’m a freelance writer. I spend all my time worrying about my next pay check. I dream about spending all my time drinking margaritas.