If you’re on goodreads.com — the book lover’s equivalent of facebook — then drop on by my profile page and “Ask the Author” any question you like. Nothing is too weird, too academic or too irrelevant. Of course, my answer might also be weird, too academic or irrelevant, too.
I think goodreads is a great site, because everyone on it has a common interest and the discussions seem mostly genuine when it comes to books and stories. It features giveaways, reviews, discussion groups and more. And if you’re into ebooks, the way it integrates with the new kindles from amazon is brilliant. I still think LibraryThing.com is a superior site for book fanatics who want to track their personal libraries, but goodreads is focused on active reading and building community. You may have noticed that I have integrated reviews of my books into my books page here on gorelets.com, so if you write a review it will reappear here too — so I encourage everyone to please chip in with your opinion and spread the word.
Even if you don’t have a burning question, you might enjoy reading what others have asked so far. Questions I’ve answered range from “What is a ‘gorelet’?” to “When to cut your losses on a story you’re writing?” to “Are you the Devil in disguise?”