Here are a few questions I get asked often.
Where can I find a copy of your story [insert title here]?
I am only publishing through JMS Books now, since I own the company *grins* but many of my older story are only available on Amazon in the Kindle Select program. So if you’re looking for a particular title, the best place to start is my writing page at jmsnyder.net , which has blurbs, excerpts, and links to where you can buy or download all my books (even my free stories).
You used to write ‘N Sync fan fic. Where are those stories?
Yes, I still get asked this. And yes, they’re still online. Shhh, don’t tell anyone.
Will you ever write a sequel to [insert title here]?
I don’t want to say no because the fact of the matter is I never know where the muse will take me. I wrote It’s All Relative in 2004 and thought that was the last I’d seen of Michael and Dan, but twelve years later, I wrote Whose Wedding Is It Anyway? So I can’t say. I don’t know. If you’d like to see a sequel to one of my stories, let me know. You never know what it might inspire!
I’m a writer looking for advice on how to get published. Can you help me?
Funnily enough, I wrote a book about that!
Will you post about me or my book?
Only if you publish with my company or are self-published, since I started out that way myself. Your book must be LGBT romance (erotic romance is fine). YA is okay, but please realize that my site contains content that tags it as adult on most browsers, so you probably won’t reach your target audience if you’re looking to promote a YA story here, sorry.
Will you review my book?
I’ll tell you now, I have over 2,000 books in my TBR pile and I am a hella slow reader. And my reviews aren’t exactly scintillating prose, either. Have you seen what I post on Goodreads? So you’re probably better off asking someone else, sorry (just keeping it real).
Will you marry me?
I actually get asked this a lot, and I suspect many of the men who do the asking are gay. Do you guys know I’m a woman? Do you care? Either way, the answer is no, sorry. Though if you do housework, we might could talk …