Walk us through your writing process: Where and when do you write? What time of day? Do you listen to music, need quiet?
When I’m on deadline, I prefer things to be quiet if possible. I find good research is best accomplished with as little distraction as possible, but I’m also the owner of a Husky who revels in being an agent of chaos and distraction. When I’m out in the field interviewing subjects, I end up in many locations including rodeos, coffee shops, museums, and difficult to reach spots in the mountains. My home office is generally where I write, and I do so during all times of the day.
What’s your next project?
I’ve got a couple of interesting nonfiction projects I’m contemplating as well as my first fiction project.
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