Q: Why is Episode One so short?
A: I suppose that’s a matter of perspective. For a fantasy book, which tend to lean to the long side, writing a novella seems a bit limiting. For the realm of westerns, however, the length is on par with more traditional works such as Louis L’Amour.
Q: How long will the series be?
A: Season One is set at 8 books. I also have a couple related works planned for after, while I work on the second season. Beyond that is anyone’s guess, but I don’t anticipate the entire story stretching beyond two seasons.
Q: How frequently will the books release?
A: My original goal was to publish three per year. Several books down the road I’ve settled on only two. I’m also planning to take a one-year break after I complete book 4, so the first season should conclude sometime in 2023.
Q: What genre is Bulletproof Witch?
A: It is what is referred to as “Weird West”, a catchall term for fantasy and sci-fi works that have a setting in or similar to the American Midwest during the mid 1800s.
Q: Where did you get the idea for Bulletproof Witch?
A: Fanfiction, ironically enough. After the release of the Dark Tower movie in August 2017, I started work on an original story set in the same universe (this work still exists out on AO3 for the curious). Eventually I abandoned the project when I decided my time would be better spent creating an original work. I’ve always loved the weird west aspect of Stephen King’s story, so I decided to try my hand at my own.
Q: Have you written anything else?
A: I may or may not have written other books, under other names. Only time will tell. I also have a short story published in the Roll of the Dice III anthology.