Hello Ross and welcome!
I'm sure fans of your previous work would love to hear about the next series you have cooked up!
What an you tell us about this new work without revealing any story secrets?
How many books have you published thus far in your career?
Any tips you have for new fiction authors?
What is your favorite genre of literature to read and to write?
Finally, who or what influenced you to become a writer?
Here is what Ross had to say:
1. I'll say that this story introduces a new character in his own trilogy: the swashbuckling vampire hunter Sebastian Stander.
2. I've published two books, "The Snow" (Eternal Press, 2012) and "Red Dahlia" (Eternal Press, 2013).
3. Online, I'd say, is the most convenient way to look for potential publishers; and you just have to keep looking around till someone accepts your work, who surely will be right for it.
4. To write, I prefer horror, since I have such an angst-fueled imagination. To read, probably for the same reason, I indulge in macho series adventure novels from time to time.
5. I might assume it was looking around bookstores as a kid, in parts other than the humor section, after I got bored looking at new comic-strip trade paperbacks.
Links to Ross's current novels: