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- the most commonly asked questions are collected below
While I understand your enthusiasm and admire your desire to arrange a meeting or help your loved one, I can’t meet with all of my readers. My work takes up most of my time, but when I have spare time, it goes to my own family and charitable work, without exception. I’m sure you understand.
My only public email address is email@example.com. You can send letters and packages to my publisher, HarperCollins:
c/o Author Mail, Floor 22
New York, NY 10007
I encourage you to post your messages to me and fellow subscribers on Facebook page or the forums. I can’t read all of them, and not every day, but I love to hear from you. If you’re a teacher, please post your special stories about teaching one of my books in the dedicated Teacher’s Corner. If you’re a reading group, tell me about your group here. If you’re a student, you may be able to find an answers to other questions in the following areas: FAQs, bio; my picks for movies, music, and more; and finally, you can advice from me about writing here.
Thank you for thinking of me, but with tens of millions of copies of my books sold worldwide, accepting and sending out mail isn’t logistically possible for security and staff concerns. Please visit my calendar for news on future appearances and formal signings. Authorized autographed copies of some of my books are available at Premiere Collectibles and Books-a-million. Whenever possible, and especially around the holidays, I do try to work with local Detroit retailers to make signed editions available.
As you might imagine, I’m often asked to provide blurbs or offer advice on someone’s work, and while I’m flattered you’re asking my opinion, but I just don’t have time to adequately read all these new works and offer the best advice. There are many guides and websites of organizations (like the Authors Guild) that will explain the basic mechanics of the publishing industry, and important details you need to know as an author. But I believe that it all starts with a story. I once gave a talk to fellow columnists at the Detroit Free Press about writing. Click here to read it. I hope you’ll find meaningful insights into finding your voice and reaching your audience.
Unfortunately, I’m currently working on several of my own projects, and could not devote the time and commitment that your story deserves. But I do thank you again for thinking of me.
I was born May 23, 1958 in Passaic, NJ. We lived in Buffalo for a little bit but then settled in Oaklyn, NJ. It’s close to Philadelphia.
Thanks for your interest. Please contact Royce Carlton at 800.532.8873 or RoyceCarlton.com for any inquiry regarding speaking engagements.
I LOVE hearing from you, and while I do try to read everything that comes in the mail or by email, I simply cannot respond to everything due to the sheer volume of letters I receive. To answer every piece of mail would affect the time I have to write and the time I devote to my family. But please keep sending it, and know without a doubt how much I treasure it.