Here, you'll find answers to the most common questions about my book.
Q: Where did you come up with the title of the book?
A: One of the underlying themes in the book is that, similar to the train of thought, consequences are connected to one another. Any action taken leads to a set of consequences. Any action taken to deal with those consequences, leads to a new set, and so on. In the book, there is a particular conversation (which takes place in a train yard), where an individual makes this observation. Additionally, the two runaways hop a train during their travels.
Q: Did you get permission to use those Metallica lyrics in your book?
A: Yes, I received permission. This can be found on the copyright page at the beginning of the book.
Q: How long did it take to write the book?
A: I had the idea in my head for quite a while, but once I finally sat down to write, it took about two months (including research). I tried to average about 2,000 words per day. The two months doesn't include the publishing and editing process, though.
Q: Who designed the front cover?
A: The iUniverse design team brought my cover concept to life.
Q: Are those your legs on the cover of the book?
A: No, those are the legs of a teenage boy.