A: I started writing when I was fourteen. Back then a lot of what I wrote was Stephen King- or Dragonlance-inspired stuff. The stories that I most like to write are usually speculative fiction because sci-fi, fantasy and horror stories have always entertained me.
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: Please tell us: one book you've read recently, one book you're reading now, and one book on your to-read list.
Q: What's the best/worst writing advice you've ever been given?
Worst writing advice I’ve ever read came from a ‘How to Write’ book, back when I was reading every ‘How to Write’ book I could get my hands on. I don’t remember who wrote it or what the book was called. The author wrote that if a story began with dialogue, to put the book down as it is not well written. No story should ever start with dialogue and if dialogue lasts for longer than a page, put the book down as it is not well written. His how to write book was so well-written, I stopped reading it ten pages in.
Q: What are you working on now, or what's your next planned writing project?