Interviews with Authors

I'd like to invite fellow authors to my Interview section. If you would like me to post an interview of you (an Author), feel free to copy these questions, answer them and email them to

I will publish all interviews that are well-written, on topic, not redundant and helpful. It's okay to skip the questions that do not apply to you. I reserve the right to edit the interviews for typos, excessive length or swearing. (Please keep it clean.) Having said that, I want to publish all your interviews, and I'll do my best to make that happen with what you send me. This invitation goes out to all authors - superheroes and normal humans alike!

Normally, I'll post a brief biography about you prior to the questions, if you have one created, please include a link at the top to it.

I'll reply back to your email when it goes live, including a link to it if you wish to connect to it on your website or blog.


When did you start writing, and was there a significant event that prompted you to do so?

If you could have one superpower, what would it be? (Assuming said power would be reasonably powerful.)

Do you have a favorite superhero from novels, comics, or movies?

Where do you get your inspiration for writing? What motivates you?

Do you pre-plan your stories, or are you a by-the-seat-of-the-pants style writer?

Do you write only when inspired, or do you have a set schedule where you sit down to write?

Do you have a favorite genre to write in? To read?

What do you enjoy the most about writing?

Is there any part of writing that you don't enjoy?

Can you tell me something odd about yourself?

Do you write one story at a time, or do you have several novels in the works at one time?

Have you ever wondered why evil people want to take over the world. Why not take under it?

Where do you see the future as far as paper books versus digital e-books?

What are your current projects?

Do you have any advice for others about self-publishing?

Do you have any online sites where readers can find out more about you (and your books)?

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