Bonnie Doran


Today we welcome Bonnie Doran, science fiction author, to 3 Questions Wednesday.

(1) Do you watch reality television? Why or why  not?

Bonnie: I don’t watch reality television. It doesn’t interest me. In fact, I  rarely watch television except for news and the Denver Broncos. Actually that is reality TV, isn’t it?

(2) What are your thoughts on  e-publishing?

Bonnie: I think it’s a viable option for some. Two writer friends  e-published because they knew their romance partially set on the Titanic couldn’t be published traditionally in time for the 100th anniversary of  its sinking. Another friend started with traditional publishing but now has  enough of a fan base that fans will find his e-books. That said, a lot of  e-published books could have used a good editor and a marketing plan.

(3) Which do you prefer? Facebook or Twitter?

Bonnie:  Facebook. I will respond to a friend’s post or  share something more often than on Twitter. I’ll scan Twitter for interesting  links and quotes and occasionally retweet. Often I’ll use Hootsuite to post to  all my social media.


Thank you, Bonnie, for joining us on 3 Questions Wednesday!  Leave a comment and be entered to win a signed copy of her novel, Dark Biology.


Bonnie’s debut novel, Dark Biology, released September 2013 from Harbourlight, an imprint of Pelican Book Group. She lives in Denver, Colorado, with her husband of thirty years. They’re owned by two Siamese cats. John is an electrical engineer who works with lasers for a living. He’s also a Mad Scientist who owns a 2,300-pound electromagnet.

Bonnie’s other interests besides writing include reading, cooking, solving Sudoku puzzles,  and volunteering at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. She attends a local science fiction convention as well as various writers conferences each year. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, its North Denver Chapter, and the Denver Area Science Fiction Association. Check out Bonnie’s links below:

Where Faith and  Science Fiction Collide: Mad  Scientist’s Wife:

Dark  Biology – Available now on Amazon Published by Harbourlight (Pelican Book Group)