A: I have been writing speculative fiction for over a decade now. I write what I like to read which means that my stories range in tone from the very complicated and serious to the very silly and humorous. On occasion I write a story that is actually all of those things.
Q: What sparked the idea for your story in Unearthed? Can you remember?
Q: What's the title of your story in Unearthed? In general, do you get the title first, or do you write the story first? Do you remember what prompted this particular title?
Q: What's the best/worst writing advice you've ever been given?
A: "Keep writing." I can't remember who told me that but honestly I have never heard better advice. If you don't actually sit down and put words to paper then you can never tell the story you want to tell or experience the joy of having your work read by others
Q: What are you working on now, or what's your next planned writing project?
You can visit Peter online at his writing site: http://www.peterandrewsmith.com/