Some three years after the feature was introduced, I made an interview for myself on Smashwords. Because I like talking about myself, but I really like responding about myself, which for the most part is what I did. Only a few questions I typed in myself since they were specifically related to the Duth Olec persona or I thought it would be useful. Eleven questions right now, I dunno what the limit is but I’ll probably just add another each month or a few when an event takes place.
Ryan North, while primarily known for comics, has also done a few novel-type things that always turn out hilarious. While not a traditional style of author, we don’t live in traditional times anymore. Internet!
I’ve also got to admire Salman Rushdie for not being afraid to write passionately and unapologetically?
Finally, because I’m weird, another who is technically a creator of a comic: Andrew Hussie. Although what he makes kind of transcends comics at some point. He’s weird and ridiculous, something I strive for in my life and writing.
Well, before that I suppose I do write out an outline for the story. This way I can figure out what I may need to look up ahead of time, plus if I get stuck I know what to aim for. I don’t always follow my outline, though–such a situation happens in my upcoming novel Darmenzi.
Dinosaur Comics and Nedroid are two of my favorite webcomics to just pull up random comics of to read. Invisible Bread, too.
What was I saying? I dozed off. I’m just going to move on.
Prog (or in-progress) versions of my novels and short stories are posted on my website and Wattpad…
And those are available for free, but you can see chapters early through my Patreon