What do you do when you have so many story Ideas that you can't focus on one story?
A query from a shy user: What did you study? My family and friends tell me that studying writing and literature is waste of time and that I should pursue a 'realistic' career pathway instead.
Is there something else you'd be doing if you weren't writing?
What do you say to people who want to study literature but who seem to meet great opposition at the suggestion?
Are any of your characters in your story based off of real people that you know?
What inspired you to write the DC and Marvel novels/comics?
So amazing to have you here!
Do you think that fanfiction is a valid method for authors to practice writing? How do you feel when you see fanfiction of your work?
If you could have any superpower in the world, what would it be?
Dear Mr. Hurwitz,
What makes a good villilan, and what takes character development?
how do you keep going and not just give up in the middle of a book?
Greetings, Mr. Hurwitz; I congratulate you in your successes. I am not much of an avid DC or Marvel fan, so I must wonder: do all the Marvel and DC worlds connect? What are their differences? Do you have a preference to either one, and, if so, why?
What are some ways that you receive inspiration as an author?
Gregg Hurwitz is the New York Times bestselling author of 15 thrillers, including the upcoming ORPHAN X. His novels have been shortlisted for numerous literary awards, graced top ten lists, and have been translated into 26 languages.
He is also a New York Times Bestselling comic book writer, having penned stories for Marvel (Wolverine, Punisher) and DC (Batman, Penguin). Additionally, he’s written screenplays for or sold spec scripts to many of the major studios, and written, developed, and produced television for various networks. Gregg resides in Los Angeles.