Sinners’ FAQ

Backstage Pass: Sinners on Tour

Four more days until the official release of Backstage Pass!  *deer in headlight look*  This is totally surreal to me.  I’m going to go to the nearest chain bookstore (30 miles North–I live in a sad little town…) on Friday and see if I can find it on the shelf. I don’t know if all major bookstores will be carrying it or not. Let me know if you see it and where! Send me a picture. I’ll be stoked!

Sinners website is almost “finished”. All I have left is the FAQ page, the Tour page and the Sinners Ink page.  The Sinners Ink page is going to have to wait until I’m a richer individual.  Getting custom temporary tattoos made is out of my price range at the moment. sigh….

So I’m sitting here trying to come up with frequently asked questions for Sinners FAQ and I’m at a complete loss. How do I fashion frequently asked questions, when no one has asked any questions.  This calls for making shit up. I’m good at that, right?

Okay, here goes. Of the top of my head now:

Q. Is Sinners a real band?

A. No. Sinners is a fictional band created by author Olivia Cunning. They are featured in a series of five erotic romance novels entitled, Sinners On Tour.

Q. I tried to buy Sinners tickets, but couldn’t get any. Will more be available soon?

A. Sinners shows are sold out months in advance.  They are sold on a first come, first served basis. Sorry!

Q. I saw Sed propose marriage to some woman onstage in Pittsburg. Did he ever get married?

A. No.

Q. Why did Jon Mallory quit the band?

A. Out of respect for Jon’s privacy, we will refrain from answering that question at this time. The band wishes him well.

Q. Have Brian and Trey really known each other since elementary school?

A. Yes, that’s true. They’ve been best friends since fifth grade.

Q. Why can’t I buy any Crysys songs? I want to hear how Brian, Trey, and Eric sounded before they formed Sinners.

A. Trust us when we say, you do not want to subject your ears to that. Crysys never officially recorded any songs in the studio, so have no releases available for purchase.

Q. When will your next album be released?

A. As soon as Brian “Master” Sinclair starts composing again and we clock some studio time.


Now if I could just get over this stupid cold.  I even called in sick today.  That is a rarity for me.  I’ll be posting my blog tour schedule on Thursday. Should be fun. I’ve written some funny blog post and will be giving away books. Hooray for free books!  Come visit and send your friends over, too!

And if you think of any questions to include on the FAQ, let me know. The place looks barren…