Introducing #AskHuley

I receive so many great questions on social media, but often feel that I can’t provide adequate answers in 140 characters or less. So, I’ve decided to do something about it. Today I am pleased to announce the creation of #AskHuley, a weekly blog post dedicated to questions submitted by my wonderful friends around the world.

Ask Huley

What type of questions will I answer? I’m happy to talk about whatever strikes your fancy. Want to discuss writing and/or publishing? Curious about community management or life at EA/BioWare? Want to exchange thoughts about the current state of video games, music, film and TV, or WWE/NXT? Or maybe you just have general questions about yours truly. Whatever it is, hit me up, and I’ll always give you the most honest answer I’m capable of.

DISCLAIMER: Although no topic of conversation is off limits, from time to time I get asked questions about sensitive areas that I’m not at liberty to discuss. For example, if EA/BioWare has yet to make an official announcement about something, please understand that I won’t be breaking any news here.

If you’d like to submit questions to #AskHuley, please select one of these three options:

  1. Tweet me using the hashtag #AskHuley
  2. Leave your question in the comments section of this post
  3. Email hulegaardbooks [at] gmail [dot] com

I look forward to chatting with you soon!


  1. Hi there, Mr. Huley! I hope everything is going well for you these days. I’ve been a follower of yours for some time now, and you’re a really lovely person with an admirable dedication to your work – especially writing. My dream is to one day become an Editor (or Writer, but I prefer the editing process!) at BioWare, and I’ve been thinking that perhaps a good way to work my way up is to start at QA, or become a Community Manager — which seems like an awesome job that allows one to flex and hone their writing skills. My question is: do you have some advice for becoming a Community Manager? I’ve started a blog to write journalistic articles (reviews, analyzations, op-eds, anything and everything) and am participating on forums and community blogs to engage with different communities and people, but I don’t know where to really go from there. I guess I’m just a bit stuck at the part where you know what you want to do but don’t know exactly how to get there. Thanks so much for reading this and replying if you do, and I hope you have more awesome days to come!

  2. Well, #AskHuley, since Bio has sad nothing about ME:A, there is no point in attempting to ask questions about the game.

    So, why even bother to make the effort to communicate with the fans?
    And, so, I ask a non ME:A Q. What is your function and responsibilities?

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