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interviewing Author Jason Crews

interviewing Author Jason Crews

Q. 1 when did you decide you were going to write a book?

A. About three years ago I was watching my grandchildren play, and it crossed my mind about everything they will have to go through and learn in life. I said to my wife, “I could write a book about these kids and never run out of subjects to write about.” 

 Q.2 how did you come up with the name of your books

A. I wanted to combine my love of American History with the life lessons my grandchildren would have to learn throughout their lives. The charters in the series will be American icons, American heroes and important people from American history, this giving me the idea to name the series “Kyler and Kalli’s American Life”. Of course, my first book is titled “Kyler and Kalli’s American Life: The Broken Picture”.

 Q. 3 what are you working on now for 2018?

A. I am currently working on the next Kyler and Kalli’s American Life series which will deal with bullies.

 Q 4. how long have you been writing?

A. I have not been writing long. Back in the stone ages, when I was in college, is the point I realized writing is something enjoyable to me. In fact, writing is my preferred method of communicating, even though, I know it is not practical. By no means am I embarrassed by my heritage, but I have a deep Southern accent which has bothered me for many years. In my opinion, the Southern accent is not the smartest sounding accent, even though I know a lot of smart Southern people.

 Q 5. What advice would you give other authors? 

A. My advice is not to listen to your negative enter voice. Once you start writing, keep writing.

Q 6. we're can people find you online?

A. My website is One can find my book on Amazon in traditional hardback and kindle version. I am also on Apple iTunes, Google Play and Barnes and Noble. I also want the readers to know, ten percent of my profits will go to the American Campaign for Prevention of Child Abuse and Family Violence. This is a good cause to help abused women, children and our elderly. 
Just a little secret, if one looks hard enough, they can get my book a little cheaper through other outlets than the ones mentioned above.
In addition, if the reader purchases the kindle version and go to the website, and register for an account, I will be more than happy to sign their Kindle version.

 Q7 do you plan on making more books in the future

A. See Q 3

 Q 8 how many books have you written


 Q 9 did you go to college to be a writer

A. I actually went to college for Business. 


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