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  • Is your name really Killian?

No, but it suits me. And it is a name I’ve been known as from time to time. Most people who’ve met me through writing, however, will tell you they couldn’t imagine me as anything but.

  • Can I get signed copies of your books?

If you’re willing to pay for the shipping, yes. Just drop me a note on the contact screen and tell me which title(s) and where it will be shipped to (city or country), and Tulipe Noire will send you an invoice via paypal for delivery.

  • Do you do events and/or appearances?

Because I’m not a full-time writer (because living the Bay Area is mucho expensive), my ability to travel, either for literary events or to be a speaker, is very limited. If I have scheduled events confirmed, I turn on my EVENTS page on my website with details. If you don’t see that link in the address bar, it means I have no events scheduled at the moment.  I can usually work out scheduling for Northern California events, and I have also appeared as a speaker, private consultant, or been hosted by book clubs via Skype or Google+ Hangouts. If you’d like to inquire about my availability for an event or virtual appearance, please use my contact page.

  • When is the next books in your series coming out?

Always subject to change, again because I’m only a part-time writer and life gets busy, but right now I’m projecting that THE GUARDIAN (Altunai Annals Book Two) will be out next, hopefully followed by THE DEVIL YOU KNOW (Pure Souls Book Four) soon after. Yes, THE DEVIL YOU KNOW will wrap up the Pure Souls series.

  • What happened to Tallis?

I pulled Tallis  down when I decided against continuing the series in the foreseeable future. If you read the novella, you know that it ended on a bit of a cliffhanger. As I do not currently have the second book on my agenda, I did not want to leave it up for purchase knowing that I had no plans to continue it and thus would leave readers wondering.

  • Is it true you’re made of awesome?

No, but I do take supplements.


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