Do I have goodies for you, today! As promised here’s our interview with the fab Karina Fabian, author of Live and Let Fly, her newest book coming out April 20, 2012. So let’s dive in!
1. Tell us about yourself–the part you tell everyone.
Official Bio Alert! Karina Fabian breathes fire, battles zombies with chainsaws and window cleaner, travels to the edge of the solar system to recover alien artifacts, and had been driven insane by psychic abilities. It’s what makes being an author such fun. She won the 2010 INDIE Award for best fantasy for Magic, Mensa and Mayhem (her first DragonEye, PI novel) and the Global E-Book Award for best horror for Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator. She’s an active member of Broad Universe and the Catholic Writers’ Guild, and teaches writing and marketing online. When not writing, she enjoys her family and swings a sword around in haidong gumbdo. Learn more at http://fabianspace.com
2. When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?
I’ve always loved writing and telling stories, but I got serious in 1996, when I was a stay-home mom with toddlers. It was a way to escape, have some adult conversation, make a little money and have fun. I started mostly with non-fiction, and moved to fiction around 2003, when Rob made Major and we felt financially secure.
3. Is being a writer anything like you imagined it would be?
Yes and no. It’s as much fun as I’d hoped, but… Continue reading