Wednesday, September 21, 2016

U - U and UR Questions





For this post, I am opening the floor to questions.

Do you have a question about my Disaster Crimes Series (Hurricane Crimes, Seismic Crimes, or the upcoming Tsunami Crimes) or one of my other works?

Do you have a question about my blog?

Question about my writing?

About my life?

Anything is open for discussion. (But please be respectful.)

You can even ask a personal question, which I may or may not answer honestly. ;)



So go ahead and fill the comments section with your questions. I will answer all of them in the Y post next month.


Get ready...

Get set...

ASK!


NOTE: I've been sick since Sunday night. I'll return comments when I can. Thanks for understanding!



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38 comments:

  1. Sounds fun! Which of your books have you most enjoyed writing, and why?

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    1. Thanks for your question, Nick! I'll answer it next month. :)

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    1. Always a good question to ask authors. :)

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    1. Aw. This question made me smile. Right now, I'm not. But hopefully by then I will be feeling better.

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  4. With your website, newsletters, blogs, and editing on the side going on, how do you ever find time to write new books?

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  5. Who is you favorite character you've ever written and why?

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    1. Oh, I like this one. I know just who to talk about. :)

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  6. Are you feeling better?
    Why the fascination with disasters?

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    1. I'm only marginally better. Better enough to reply back to comments, but I don't have the energy to visit blogs yet.

      I love that question!

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  7. Hope you're feeling good as new soon. I don't have a question, but may have one after I read your book that I ordered.

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    1. Well, you can come back here to pose a question later. :)

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  8. Sorry you've been under the weather. Hopefully, that clears up soon. My question would be about your newsletter. You provided such a wonderful writeup on how to put newsletters together. How have you been doing with yours? Any new tricks you've discovered?

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  9. Where did you learn this abundant amount of information about writing, publishing, blogging, etc.? Also, I hope you feel better soon!

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  10. Have you experienced many disaster events yourself? I'm thinking of your A to Z posts that focused on various disasters. That was interesting for many of us.

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  11. Hi Chrys - I too hope you're feeling better now or at least on the road to recovery ... after a Hurricane Health event.

    I think the others have asked the questions I'd have asked - so looking forward to the answers ... cheers and take care - Hilary

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    1. Thanks, Hilary. I am feeling better but weak and tired.

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  12. One question Chrys, how do you manage all that you do plus the ISWG ALSO?
    Great post and a joy to visit each day.
    Yvonne.

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    1. This is a popular question. Thanks, Yvonne!

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  13. Hopefully the germs have flown away. Hmm question you say. Which disaster would you find the worst to be in? Zombie apocalypse?

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  14. My question is the same as nashvillecats2. You blog 3x a week, blog over at Unicorn Bell, you're an administrator for IWSG and manage the newsletter, etc. How do you find the time to do all that, write, edit and promote your own books?
    Also, what show would you spend your entire weekend binge watching?
    Hope you're feeling better.

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    1. I'll probably answer the second one you asked since I'll be answer the first one posed by someone else. :)

      Thanks, Lidy!

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  15. Okay, personal question. How tall are you in cats? I'm 6 and a half cats tall, personally.

    Kidding, kidding. Here's a writing related question. Do you have any characters roaming around in your head that you want to write about, but haven't found the right story to put them in yet?

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    1. I love writing-related questions. And this is a good one. :)

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  16. Is there a different genre that you have the urge to play around in? Something that pokes at the back of your brain sometimes?

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    1. Oh. This is a good one, too! Thanks, Shannon!

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  17. Hope you feel much, much better soon, Chrys! You're one of the most hardworking writers and bloggers I know. Can't think of a question right now but am very keen on hearing your answers to the fabulous questions asked.

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  18. Chrys,
    Sorry I've been away for awhile. I'm trying to make my way back. I also hope you are feeling better. I've actually been feeling sick as well. Just getting over a cough. Okay question time.

    Have you ever had to delete a loved character completely from one of your stories? Perhaps because he/she didn't fit into the story, didn't add anything to the story or any other reason?

    And if so, what do you do with the character? Do you retain them for future use? Or simply kiss them goodbye forever?

    Hope that question makes sense.

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    1. That is completely understandable, Jeffrey. I hope you're feeling better now, too.

      Your question does make sense. Lucky for me, I'll only have to answer one part of it. ;)

      It's good to see you back.

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  19. I really hope you feel better soon!

    Have you ever had the experience of characters talking to you and demanding you do things much differently than the way you'd planned? Did you change the storyline accordingly, or stick to the original plot exactly? Have you ever been surprised by the appearance of a completely unplanned character?

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Please tell me what you think. I love to chat! :)

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