If you had to summarize your book in one sentence, what would that be?
Original —The Literary Nook

What first inspired you to write or who inspired you?
For many years, I scribbled notes and scenes but never produced a finished story. Finally, I decided to spend my lunch hours at work writing as a way to relieve stress. It helped with job stress and became my passion and obsession, but I was still writing story fragments. Then, one day in the midst of several thoughts crashing together in my mind, an idea began to form. — The Eccentric Bookaholic

Q: Can you tell us something about your book that would make me run out and buy it?
Do you care about what happens to Earth but really don’t want to get a lecture about it? If so, read The Reclamation. At a minimum, you will think about green living and what environmental damage is doing to Earth. On the upside, you may be pleasantly surprised at where fantastic imagination can take you. —Literarily Speaking

What are three of the most important things you believe an author should do before their book is released?
First and foremost, authors should have their manuscripts professionally edited. Second, have beta readers review their work for potential responses from readers. Third, after all the edits, revisions, and beta responses are completed, if you are still comfortable and passionate about your work, move forward with releasing your book. —PUYB Virtual Book Tour