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Tuesday TV with Tonya! Talking about plotting!


  1. How do you come up with the Awesome Titles to your books? Do you have any input of what you want your cover to look like or do you leave it up to someone else and then approve them?

  2. How do you come up with the different plots? How many plots do you have just waiting to make into books?

  3. How many books do you have planned in the "Charming" Series? I love them!!

  4. Hi there a genre of book that you have not written that you would like to write a book in?

  5. Do you ever go back and redo stories sucessfully that you originally put on the shelf because you couldn't find the right plot twists/ ending/character voices at the time?

  6. who was your first fav paranormal author/authors ? i was paranormal before paranormal was cool, i remember the days , there was only a few authors that wrote paranormal, and when you went to a bookstore, you felt like a perv asking if they had that author or book

  7. Hi Tonya, I'm a beginning writer and I love the way you are so much into taking care of your readers. You are really inspirational and I hope to be able to do the same.
    Smiles, June


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