[interviews] Ask me some more questions, I’ll tell you some more lies

Inspired by Anthony Cardno’s interview with me, I think it’s time for another reader interview. Ask me questions in comments about my writing, your writing, life, death, cancer, parenting, advice to the lovelorn, whatever. Instead of answering them in-line, in a few days I’ll pull them together in an interview format and post it here.

So fire away. What are you itching to hear from me on?

9 thoughts on “[interviews] Ask me some more questions, I’ll tell you some more lies

  1. What’s your take on the ‘eBook revolution’? Do you see yourself experimenting with eBooks in the future?

  2. Ulysses says:

    A handful of author/reader-related questions:
    What word do you hate to use?
    What’s your favorite quote from another’s work?
    What’s your favorite quote from your own work?
    What inspired you to start writing? What happened that brought about the moment when you said, “I’m goind to do this?”
    What’s your favorite book?

  3. David says:

    What “how to write” books helped you the most?

  4. Mark says:

    Our family is considering an overseas job rotation of two or three years. At that point, we’d have a preschooler and maybe also a toddler. Do you think they’d still get something valuable from the experience, despite probably being too young to remember it? Also, any general advice on raising kids overseas, based on your own childhood or conversations with your parents?

  5. Trey says:

    Hmm.
    I know you get angry over your situation from the blog posts. But despite that, you handle it with apparent grace and dignity. Not acceptance, but grace.
    Me, I have a problem with anger and if you have any tips on how to handle anger, use it and get something positive from it, I’ll take ’em.

  6. John says:

    Why is there so much unnecessary sex in your stories?

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