Where were you born and raised?
What was it that first got you into writing and when did you start writing?
I have always been a reader and had a slight interest in writing. In 2000 I bought a computer and with a title and nothing more I began writing my first book "Murder at Republic."
Which writers have influenced you the most?
I don't know about influenced but I have enjoyed reading Ann Rice, Steven King and Arthur Conan Doyle.
What kind of things do you write?
I have written three mysteries, one horror and a western.
What are you working on now?
I have taken up short story writing. I have currently ten short stories in the www.amazon.com short story program. They sell short stories for .49 cents to read online or to download.
What is your writing day like?
I mostly write early in the morning. I get up at seven a.m. and write for two or three hours.
What’s the most exciting thing about writing for you?
Creating and manipulating the characters. Fiction writing is like a game of chess where each move can change the outcome.
What’s the most frustrating thing about writing for you?
What’s the best piece of feedback that you’ve had from your audience?
Everyone who has read my books have said that they enjoyed reading them and I have had reviews by readers who were nice enough to post them.
Do you write for a particular audience, or is your first priority to satisfy your own creativity?
I don't know what people like to read. So it's not possible for me to write for anyone else. I get the title first and then find the story to go with it.
Do you have a homepage? Do you have any short stories or poems published online? (If so, please provide the URLs):
I have ten short stories on www.amazon.com for .49 cents each.
I have three posted on authorsden at: http://www.authorsden.com/woodrowwwalker