I'd like you to introduce yourself. Tell us who are you, where you come from as a writer and how have you come to write CODE FOR FAILURE.
Do you think the need for oneself's fulfillment is part of human nature or is it a manufactured idea we buy into?
James Frey started a movement of dishonesty towards the memoir form and autobiographical material in general. Greg Mortensen has been caught inventing stuff in a memoir, lately. Quentin Rowan got a memoir deal , because he got caught plagiarizing almost everything he ever published. You have a very earnest approach towards your autobiographical material. What's your opinion about these authors? What's the effect you think they have on the literary landscape?
To me, CODE FOR FAILURE was a socially engaged novel. It gave a very human perspective on corporate life and the nihilism that spreads among employees. Do you think novelists have a responsibility towards their content? Are there novels you would judge harmful?
Perpetual-author-interview-question. Who are the authors who influenced you and who are the authors you're looking up to right now?
Anybody you would like to thank or anything you would like to plug? Now is the time.