With the numerous emails I have received since the release of The Soul’s Mark: FOUND, I've compiled a list of frequently asked questions. If you have more questions or would like more details, comment on my blog, on Facebook or send me an email. I always love hearing from you guys.
Will The Soul’s Mark be a series?
Yes. The next book is called The Soul’s Mark: HUNTED. At this time I do not have an anticipated release date but the outline is completed and I am into the fun stuff now.
Can you write it faster?
The simple answer to this is no. Writing takes time and in most cases I rewrite a scene 10 to 20 times before I’m happy with it. It wouldn’t be fair to you guys if I rush just to release the next book.
Why did you use the alchemy symbol for soul as the mark?
I used the alchemy symbol because after countless hours of research on soulmate theories, I found the Alchemists theory the most interesting.
Will we see more of Eric in the next book?
At this point all I’m going to say is that Eric isn’t going anywhere and he will be in the next book.
How did you come up with a witch having a vampire soulmate?
Originally, Amelia wasn’t a witch. The first idea and the basis for the story was the vampire soulmate bond. The witch idea just sort of happened. I woke up one morning and thought, Amelia’s a witch, and I went with it.
Who did the cover for The Soul’s Mark: FOUND?
I designed the cover layout. However, the girl and vampire images were purchased through dreamstime.com.
Where can I find your book?
You can purchase the book at any of the following retailers.
Available in Paperback and Kindle Edition
Barnes and Noble
Available in Paperback and Nook Book
Ashley Stoyanoff Books
Available in PDF, EPUB and MOBI
Available in EPUB
Available for Android and iPad/iPhone
Do you respond to your emails and fan inquiries or does someone else?
I personally respond to every email, comment, or facebook post.
What is the best way to contact you?
Here are some ways you can talk to me:
Will you read and review my published/unpublished book?
I only accept books that interest me. I find this works best because if the synopsis does not spark my curiosity, most likely neither will the book and if I’m not interested in the storyline, it is fair to say the review will probably not be positive. That said, I will read and consider every request for a review and if the book triggers my interest I will read and review it.