About Tabitha Dye:
Tabitha was raised by divorced lesbians, who always encouraged education and happiness, making Tabitha’s childhood moments full of character. Right out of high school, she was published in Families like Mine by Abigail Garner.
Currently living in Florida, Tabitha is a graduate from University of Central Florida with a Business degree. Today she spends her time reading, traveling the state with her husband and finds herself addicted to English Tea to help with the late night writing sessions.
What inspires you to write?
The Burden of Trust was inspired by a dream that continued to progress even after I had woken up. Most of my story lines were developed from dreams or random creative thoughts.
Tell us about your writing process.
My writing process is a bit unique in comparison to other writers. After I have an idea for a book, I basically know how I want it to end and then sit down and allow the characters to take on their own life.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I decided to self-publish because after lots of research I found that publishers don’t necessarily market your books. It is the author’s responsibility, especially if they are new authors to get the word out. I was not willing to pay someone my royalties and still do the work myself.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
As technology and social media grows, book publishing is going to become more online interactions than ever before. Printed books are slowly going to stop appearing in stores and allow readers to purchase a printed book on demand. Book stores will become a thing of the past.
What genres do you write?: Fiction, Romance, Women Literature, LGBT
What formats are your books in?: Print, Both eBook and Print
Link To Tabitha Dye Page On Amazon
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