Getting personal with Glenn Rolfe

Glenn Rolfe is a writer, singer and song writer. He is a family man with 3 kids that he loves dearly. He has a wonderful sense of humor and writes amazing stories. He is in a band with some of his punk rock buddies and loves football. He is an all around good guy. If you haven’t met him or haven’t read his stories then I highly recommend you do so immediately. Please welcome Glenn Rolfe to Roadie Notes…..

 

1. How old were you when you first wrote your first story?

I wrote a flash piece called “The Eyes” when I was twenty-five. It was about my girlfriend at the time’s mannequin head that she worked on for hair school. After about six more short pieces, I just sort of stopped. I didn’t pick it up again until about nine years later when I decided to write a novel.

2. How many books have you written?

Four novels (two that have been published) and four published novellas. I also put out a short story collection.

Published Novels
Blood and Rain (2015, Samhain Publishing)
The Haunted Halls (Matt Shaw Publications, 2016)
Published Novellas
Abram’s Bridge (2015, Samhain Publishing)
Boom Town (2015, Samhain Publishing)
Things We Fear (2016, Samhain Publishing)
Chasing Ghosts (2016, Sinister Grin Press)
Collection
Slush (2014, Alien Agenda Publishing)

3. Anything you won’t write about?

Torturing babies, or anything horrible that includes a baby.

4. Tell me about you. Age (if you don’t mind answering), married, kids, do you have another job etc…

I’m about to turn thirty-nine. I’m married (eleven years), three kids (Ruby, Ramona, and Axl). I work full-time at a hotel and enjoy playing out with my punk rock buddies when I can.

5. What’s your favorite book you have written?

One of my books that is in the editing stages. It’s called, WINDOW. Hopefully, it will be out within the next year or so.

6. Who or what inspired you to write?

A combination of Stephen King, Leisure Books Horror Club back in the 2000’s, and just an urgent need to create.

7. What do you like to do for fun?

I like to hang with my family, read a book, or watch American football with a beer and some hot wings.

8. Any traditions you do when you finish a book?

Use it as an excuse to have another beer. Then start the next one.

9. Where do you write? Quite or music?

Either on my overnight shift Saturday and Sunday at the hotel or in the early hours in the morning before my kids wake up.

10. Anything you would change about your writing?

Just to keep getting better. I’m really only five years into this thing. I hope I continue to learn and write better and better books.

11. What is your dream? Famous writer?

To get out of debt, buy a house, and see my kids do better than I ever did.

12. Where do you live?

I live in West Gardiner, Maine, USA. About an hour and a half from Stephen King’s place.

13. Pets?

We have two cats and two birds.

14. What’s your favorite thing about writing?

Creating these really cool characters and putting them through hell. J

I’m currently supporting my two newest releases: CHASING GHOSTS and THE HAUNTED HALLS

 

You can connect with Glenn Rolfe here:

You can follow my Publicity tour here: https://hookofabook.wordpress.com/chasing-ghostsglenn-rolfe-publicity-page/
Amazon US: https://www.amazon.com/Glenn-Rolfe/e/B00AXYEBTY
Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Glenn-Rolfe/e/B00AXYEBTY
Twitter: https://twitter.com/GRolfeHorror
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/glennrolfehorror/

Amnesia by Matt Hickman

This is the second novel that Matt Hickman has written. Let me assure you that you want to drop everything else and go get this book immediately. It blew me away! It is one of the best books I have read in a long time! The movie played in my head, the characters were so full and real, the story line was amazing and the twist at the end….well yes it is all one super package ties up with a very nice bow from Mr. Hickman.

Needless to say I won’t be telling you to very much about this book because if I spoil it for you then you will be after me to shoot, maim or kill and I sit don’t want that. So here is what I will tell you about it.

There are six people who have been selected for a medical trial of a new cancer treating drug. They are being held in a top-secret facility with state of the art equipment. There is to be no outside interference and they will not have access to the outside world. The Dr conducting this experiment is in a control room watching everything that goes on and monitors the  patients. He has a security man there that also helps make sure that things are running smoothly.

The patients are to be there for five days and will be paid £5000.00 each for their time. They have to undergo a small physical and take the drug. Easy enough? Well…this is where the problem starts. They are picked up by the security guy and taken to have the physical. The doctor sees them one at a time talked to them and transfers the money. They are then given a blood test and physical.

Next thing they know they are waking up in a room with five other people. Some of them remember who they are some do not. Confusion, chaos and bedlam ensue.

Now we all know this is where I say I will not tell you any more of the story. This is true. I will again tell you that you will never see the twists coming in this book and you do NOT want to miss it. Do yourself a favor and get it now.

Matt Hickman once again you have proven yourself to be an amazing author! Congratulations my friend on a job very well done!

Getting personal with Jim Braswell

 

Jim Braswell is a new and upcoming writer. He is an attorney and family man. I recently had the privledge of reading a story he has written and it will have you holding your breath and turning pages fast. He is very excited about his writing and what the future holds for him. I also have his new book and will be reading and reviewing it here on the blog so stay tuned for that as well. He is smart and funny and loves his wife and daughter and is expecting another child very soon. Congratulations Jim! He also has an interesting hobby that you can read about below. In addition to his novel that has just been release he has a story in an anthology with Scarlet Galleon coming out Halloween so don’t miss that one! If you haven’t met him please take the time to introduce yourself. Please welcome Jim Braswell to Roadie Notes…….

 

 

1. How old were you when you first wrote your first story?

The first one I remember was in 3rd grade. It was a story about an alligator pirate. I’d like to know what happened to that alligator pirate.

2. How many books have you written?

Published? Reignfall will be my second. I’ve drafted seventeen full-length novels and a few shorts. I’ll be releasing my third novel Ghosts of My Lai this winter.

3. Anything you won’t write about?

Anything involving child/animal abuse. I might allude to it through dialogue or write scenes before or after it takes place, but I don’t think describing it is necessary in literature.

4. Tell me about you. Age (if you don’t mind answering), married, kids, do you have another job etc…

I’m turning 39 in November. I’m married to a fantastic and supportive wife and have one wonderful, totally awesome daughter. I’m also blessed to have another one coming into my life this January. I’m an estate and corporate attorney during the day. In other words, I sit behind a desk all day and help make people money, and then after they make their money I find ways to protect it from everybody else, including the government. I

4. What’s your favorite book you have written?

Character-wise it has to be Reignfall. I was hesitant to release it this early into my career, but I think it’s perfect for this tumultuous socio-political climate. It definitely captures a variety of viewpoints from all walks of life. It’s definitely a dense story. Story-wise it’s The End of All Things. I wrote it right after my daughter was born.

5. Who or what inspired you to write?

This is going to sound weird, but the answer would be my faith. I would never make a habit of beating my religion over someone else’s head, but I do like what C.S. Lewis said in his essay titled God in the Dock. He said, “What we want is not more little books about Christianity, but more little books by Christians on other subjects – with their Christianity latent.” Again, I don’t make a habit of preaching my religion.

Then there’s also CS Lewis, Hemingway, Salinger, and Tolkien. They had an influence in my life.

6. What do you like to do for fun?

Hang out with my family and spend time in my personal gym. It’s the only thing that can help me decompress. They like to glorify being an attorney on television, but it’s an extremely stressful job. I also brew my own beer, have been for seven or eight years now. It’s extremely similar to writing a novel, especially the reaction from those who consume your work. Nothing more satisfying than hearing one of your friends (or next door neighbor who magically appears when he knows you’re tapping a new beer) compliment you on the taste. Then there’s the aftermath of them stumbling about. That’s always fun.

7. Any traditions you do when you finish a book?

I used to drink a beer, but I don’t do much anymore. The uniqueness of it all wore off around the eighth novel I drafted. I think it would be different if I had some rabid fan base who couldn’t wait to devour my next book. Now I just think if the characters will ever be heard.

8. Where do you write? Quite or music?

I have a home office where I write 90% of my work. It’s usually quiet with the undulating sound of my fan overhead. Second and later drafts I usually have music or the sound of my daughter telling me she wants to watch Snow White.

9. Anything you would change about your writing?

I would say for it to be better, but we all have limitations. If I’m being completely honest it would just be for my writing to be read. That’s it.

10. What is your dream? Famous writer?

I just want my wife and kids to be taken care of if something were to happen to me. That’s my dream. I also don’t ever see myself being the starting 2nd basement for the Baltimore Orioles, so that dream was jettisoned a long time ago.

12. Where do you live?

Between Baltimore and Annapolis along the Chesapeake. I live in the same town where I grew up.

13. Pets?

Two cats that never stop whining about the fact their food bowls aren’t filled all the way to the top.

14. What’s your favorite thing about writing?

People reading my work and seeing these characters come to life. It’s also an outlet for all the garbage I see going on in the world right now. When I write YA/MG, I love to capture the innocence of childhood before adults inevitably corrupt their way of thinking. For adult stories, it’s definitely exploring the weakness of humans, how we recognize but refuse to accept our shortcomings.

15. What is coming next for you?

I have a short story coming out this October in Scarlett Galleon’s Dark Hallows Ii. I’m extremely humbled to be part of that collection of some really fantastic authors. I also have another novel titled Ghosts of My Lai that I’m releasing this winter. Next year will bring A Time For War, which Reignfall’s sequel, another short in Scarlett Galleon’s Fearful Fathoms, and, God willing, The End of All Things, a MG/YA fantasy.

As always, thank you so much for letting us get to know you better! I wish you much success and happiness!!

 

You can connect with Jim Braswell here:

webpage http://www.jcbraswell.com

I’m also running a Goodreads giveaway from Reignfall for the remainder of September. https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/203972-reignfall

 

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Getting personal with Ray Garton

 

Ray Garton is to me one of the masters of horror and the writing world. He has a wicked sense of humor that I love and his books are as equally incredible. I remember being introduced to his work by a lovely librarian. She loved horror and thought I would enjoy his writing. She was so very right. There haven’t been many of his books I haven’t found and read several times. They will draw you inside the stories and make you feel and see what the characters are feeling. To me that’s what reading is all about. A movie that plays in your head and if this is how you love to read then I highly suggest you read his books if you haven’t before now. The Folks is probably my favorite of his books. It is a page turner and I was mad when I got to the last page but only because the story had ended. Fortunately for me there is a second book that is just as awesome. If you have not read his books get one, get to know him you will not only love his books but will be amazed at the man behind them as well. I can’t say enough that you need to read his books. What are you waiting for? Go on, get them. So, without further ado please welcome Mr. Ray Garton to Roadie Notes…..

 

1. How old were you when you first wrote your first story?

It’s difficult to say. I started writing stories before I could write. I would draw them in panels and they would visually tell a story that usually turned out to involve monsters. As soon as I learned how to write, I wrote constantly. I guess it was in my blood because I’ve been doing it for as long as I can remember. Even longer, according to my mother.

2. How many books have you written?

Including the novelization and tie-ins, it’s over sixty, something like sixty-five.

3. Anything you won’t write about?

No, but there are things I will write about cautiously. I don’t think any subject is off the table, but how it’s handled makes a world of difference. For example, a rape scene— if I’m writing a scene in which a woman is attacked and raped, it’s going to be ugly and horrific and not erotic in any way. Some writers handle it differently and depict it as a sexual act, but I do everything I can to portray it as the act of violence that it is and to avoid titillation. In my novel Shackled, children are kidnaped, treated brutally, sold, and violated in horrible ways. I didn’t want to write something that would excite some monstrous pervert out there. I did everything I could to make those scenes as brutal and horrifying as possible because I don’t think there’s any other way to handle that sort of thing. If you’re going to write about something that’s horrible, it has to be depicted that way. There’s nothing sensitive about the rape of a woman or the brutalization of a child. I don’t think there’s anything that can’t be written about, but how it’s written about is vital.

4. Tell me about you. Age (if you don’t mind answering), married, kids, do you have another job etc…

I’m going to be 54 soon. My wife Dawn and I have been married for twenty-six years. We both made the decision, long before we met, that we didn’t want kids. We’ve had a lot of cats over the years, though. I don’t have another job, I write full-time.

5. What’s your favorite book you have written?

My personal favorite is Sex and Violence in Hollywood. It’s not a horror novel, and that may be the reason so few people were interested when it was originally published. My non-horror fiction seems to have a harder time finding an audience because I’m expected to write horror. I usually do, of course, but sometimes I veer out of the genre. This book is a darkly comic thriller with horror sensibilities (the two protagonists are diehard horror fans). It’s been optioned and a producer is developing it as a limited series for TV. Writing that book was the best writing experience I’ve ever had. I began with the idea that I wanted to write something set in the movie business and to focus on violence in movies and other media and what kind of cumulative effect it might have on us. The book flowed out of me so easily and smoothly—it was amazing. A book has never happened like that for me before.

6. Who or what inspired you to write?

Given how early I started doing it, I’m not sure. But there were writers who inspired me to keep writing. Richard Matheson was a big inspiration, as were Stephen King, Graham Masterton, Peter Straub, Robert Bloch, and others.

7. What do you like to do for fun?

My wife and I are big readers, so you can often find us sitting at our kitchen table, each with a book, reading and listening to music. I spend so much time alone in my office that any gathering with friends is like a party to me. I go for a lot of walks. And I write. I still find it fun, so I do it a lot.

8. Any traditions you do when you finish a book?

No, I’ve never had a book-finishing tradition. I usually just move on immediately to the next project.

9. Where do you write? Quite or music?

I write in my home office, a room that looks like it collided at high-speed with a public library. There are books everywhere, and where there are no books there are DVDs, monsters, toys, a tyrannosaurus rex head on the wall above me, and a lot of movie posters. I usually have music playing. When I’m not actually writing and doing more technical stuff, like proofing, editing, I will run a movie in the background. But it has to be one with which I’m familiar so it’s not distracting.

10. Anything you would change about your writing?

Everything. I can’t read my work once it’s been published because I always want to rewrite it, and by then I can’t. If I could change something about my writing ability, I would be better at prose. I think my strength lies in storytelling. I’ve always found my prose clumsy and lumbering. I just read a book by Pat Conroy, and the whole time I kept thinking, I wish I could write like this, I’d KILL to be able to write like this!

11. What is your dream? Famous writer?

I have no desire to be famous because fame seems toxic these days. I wouldn’t mind being rich, but I’m in the wrong line of work for that. My dream has always been to be able to write and pay the bills, and that’s been the case for most of my writing career. I’m living my dream. I tend to complain, I’m a bit curmudgeonly, but I really shouldn’t because I am wildly lucky to be doing what I love and to have such a wonderful wife—I’ve got nothing to complain about at all.

12. Where do you live?

We live in far northern California, a short drive from the Oregon border.

13. Pets?

Cats. At one point, we had eleven cats. We’re down to three: Buddy, Sally, and Ducky.

14. What’s your favorite thing about writing?

The writing itself. When it’s going well, when something is working, I fall into whatever I’m writing and it’s like taking a mini vacation from my own life. Everything falls away and I’m in whatever I’m writing. It’s a lot like reading, but instead of reading something I’m creating something to be read, and for that to work, it first has to be an adventure for me. I have to scare myself, I have to be in suspense about what’s going to happen next or the reader never will be. It’s like test-driving fantasies for other people. Best job in the world.

You can connect with Mr. Garton here:

Website: http://www.raygartononline.com

Facebook personal page: https://www.facebook.com/ray.garton.3

Facebook fan page: https://www.facebook.com/Ray-Garton-156345234439062/?fref=ts

Twitter: https://twitter.com/RayGarton

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Ray-Garton/e/B000ARBIQI/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1474307691&sr=8-2-ent

 

As always, thank you so much for letting us get to know you better. It is a privilege and honor to call you my friend. I wish you continued success and much happiness.

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Just a few of Ray Garton’s books:

 

 

 

Getting personal with Stuart Park

Stuart Park is smart, funny, talented and just amazing. I recently had the privilege of speaking with him and it was a pleasure. We laughed and he told me about his life and his writing. He is passionate about what he does and that is always something that I love to hear. He is new to creative writing so I’m asking that you all support and show some amazing love to this incredibly talented man. Buy his books, leave a review, make friends with him and share share share! You won’t be sorry you did. Please welcome Stuart to Roadie Notes…

1. How old were you when you first wrote your first story?

I write every day for work, but that’s more technical writing. This is the first time I’ve done any creative writing since school – that’s a fairly long time ago now.

2. How many books have you written?

So far I’ve written Marked, and contributed a short story for ‘The Black Room Manuscripts – volume two’ anthology called ‘Oranges Are Orange’.

3. Anything you won’t write about?

I think anything can be tackled, if it’s done in the right way. I haven’t really considered if I have limits. But that’s the beauty of the written word, you can create anything, talk to anyone and go anywhere. I guess it comes down to personal beliefs and comfort zones and how willing you are to breach those.

4. Tell me about you. Age (if you don’t mind answering), married, kids, do you have another job etc…

The grand age of 41.

I only have one job and it’s not writing books. Writing is something done for the sheer pleasure of it, not because I have to, but because I want to. Dedicating time to something or someone is surely the biggest complement anyone can give.

5. What’s your favorite book you have written?

My short story and novel are very different beasts. The short is an emotional uppercut filled with pain and loss. My novel tackles some themes and ideas that have been rolling around my head for a few years. As for my favourite? There will be a different answer depending on when you catch me.

6. Who or what inspired you to write?

I started putting together some story ideas since ‘Lost’. From that point I kept a document filled with random thoughts, ideas, web links, song lyrics, etc. When I wrote my stories I dipped into that treasure trove of wonderment.

However the main impetus that sparked me into action was a knee operation. I went from running and playing badminton to nothing. That sense of frustration had to come out, it did so through writing. It also helped that I had many extra hours a week to spend. It was the second day after the operation that I sketched out Marked, it took two days of planning, then a couple of months to flesh it out. In amongst that, I also wrote my short story. I feel sorry for Jack and Mark, I gave those poor characters hell.

I won’t do them justice by a simple list, but other things I’ve been inspired by are: Alan Watts, Radiohead, Tomato Project, Sage Francis, Chuck Palahniuk, NWA, Slinky (the club, not the spring), Goldie, Sartre, David Lynch.

7. What do you like to do for fun?

My knee is better now, so I‘m getting back into running again. Although it’s been an uphill battle (no pun intended!) to get my fitness back. Two years ago I was running half-marathon distances, now I’m struggling to do 5k. Persistence is not futile, although it does get harder the old you get.

I also enjoy: photography, gardening, music production, travel, website design, hiking.
Film and music also play a large role in my life.

8. Any traditions you do when you finish a book?

No traditions as yet, but I guess it’s, save, save, save! Then ping my trusted proof-readers.

9. Where do you write? Quite or music?

When it comes to handling words I need quiet. I can only deal with one distraction, that’s the voices in my head. Although if I’m editing digital images, I need music, doing that without music can be very dry.

10. Anything you would change about your writing?

At the moment I’m trying to find my own voice, something that works and makes sense to me. I’ve started to get feedback from reviewers, that will be a good indication of what works and what doesn’t. When I proof-read I tend to look for flow. I’m the world’s worst reader, so any sentence that I stumble on takes me out of the story – that’s a deal-breaker. Since I look for that in other people’s work I try to stick to my own rules (for once!).

11. What is your dream? Famous writer?

World peace? Eradicate suffering? Global unity?

For me right now, writing is fun. I can dip in and out of it, there is no pressure. I do it for the sake of doing it – there is no other reason apart from what it is. Who knows what the future will bring? Certainly not me. I’d rather focus on now, because that’s the only thing I can control. So right now I have jotted some notes on potential projects. If I can flesh these into a story then I will. I tend to let things bubble and mature. Even after I ‘finished’ Marked, I went back in to add bits before it was finally submitted. I think that tweaking and playing with concepts was the best part.

12. Where do you live?

I live in the UK, about thirty miles outside London. I feel quite lucky having one of the world’s capital cities on my doorstep.

13. Pets?

Currently no pets, but had guinea pigs as a kid. Until recently I had been moving around, it would have been unfair on a pet.

14. What’s your favorite thing about writing?

Playing with ideas and concepts. Finding a theme and twisting it until it’s almost unrecognizable. Creating that journey and having the freedom to do anything you desire. With writing it’s so free, it can be paralyzing. Being able to make one second last for ten pages, or jump in time by 3,000 years within one sentence.

Details of my stories:
http://likebreathing.com/writing/marked/
http://likebreathing.com/writing/oranges/

If you like this check out some of the other work from the Sinister Horror Company, for some pulpy terror-inducing goodness:
http://sinisterhorrorcompany.com/

https://www.amazon.com/Stuart-Park/e/B00M3XH97E/ref=dp_byline_cont_pop_ebooks_1

 

As always, thank you Stuart for letting us get to know you better. I wish you lots of success and much happiness! Very proud to know you.

 

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Getting personal with Kealan Patrick Burke

 

Kealan Patrick Burke is without a doubt an amazing author, cover artist and man. He made the beautiful banner that I use for my blog. He has dozens of book covers for sale on his web site that you will love. Go check them out. His books are filled with creepiness, and horror and will leave you afraid to turn off the lights. He has some incredible hardcover books out with Thunderstorm Books that are signed, numbered and lettered. Highly collectible, and I am proud to say I have a few. If you haven’t read anything by him you must! His love of his recently adopted dog Red will make your heart melt. She even has her own Twitter account you can follow. Kealan is smart, funny and very talented. If you haven’t met him you are definitely missing out so go introduce yourself. Please welcome Kealan Patrick Burke to Roadie Notes….

 

 

 

1. How old were you when you first wrote your first story?

I was—I think—around eight. I can’t remember what the story was, but sometime later I started writing sequels to movies I liked (Ghostbusters 2 before there was one; Aliens 2, etc.) But as far back as I can remember, I was always writing something.

2. How many books have you written?

Five novels, seven collections, about a half-dozen novellas, and four anthologies. So, about 22.

3. Anything you won’t write about?

I used to think so, but not anymore. I think anything can be written about as long as it’s handled in the right way.

4. Tell me about you. Age (if you don’t mind answering), married, kids, do you have another job etc…

Just celebrated my 40th birthday. Divorced, but happily taken. I have a stepson who’s currently serving in the military. I design book covers as a sideline, but writing is my full-time job.

5. What’s your favorite book you have written?

That’s always a tough question to answer, because obviously I like something about all of them or I wouldn’t have published them. However, if forced to choose favorites, I would say either my novel KIN, as that’s the first time I felt like I fully accomplished the goals I set for myself, or my novella SOUR CANDY, because it was just 100% fun from start to finish.

6. Who or what inspired you to write?

My mother was the first person to put a pen and paper before me and encourage me to write. After that, my high school English teacher Mr. Lake, took a major interest in me and pushed me to consider writing as a career. Literary influences include but are not limited to Stephen King, Dean Koontz, James Herbert, Robert McCammon, Peter Straub, Cormac McCarthy, Ramsey Campbell, Charles L. Grant, John Connolly, Michael Marshall Smith, and Dennis Lehane.

7. What do you like to do for fun?

Road trips, karaoke, old pubs, play with my dog, watch movies, or play video games.

8. Any traditions you do when you finish a book?

Nothing romantic or memorable. I usually just take some time off from writing after finishing a big project.

9. Where do you write? Quiet or music?

I have a home office, but I write anywhere I happened to have left my laptop. I’m not a writer who can work to music or with the TV on, or with people talking to me. I can handle the sound of the world outside my window because it’s easy to tune out, but nothing else. I need, if not total, then relative quiet to write.

10. Anything you would change about your writing?

I wish I could write faster. Not ten books a year kind of pace (though if they were good, that’d be fine), but I’d be okay with more than one novel every four years. And obviously, I’d like to write in a way that didn’t leave me forever questioning whether or not it’s any good.

11. What is your dream? Famous writer?

I’d like as many people as possible to read and enjoy my work. If that means fame, then so be it, but my primary concern is entertaining people and to make the kind of living from it that enables me to keep doing it and to pay my bills. I’d also like to see good movies made from my books.

12. Where do you live?

Columbus, Ohio.

13. Pets?

As anyone who follows me on social media is more than aware (thanks to my relentless picture-posting), we recently rescued a Rhodesian Ridgeback/Doberman/Chow/Something Else mix named Red. She was horribly abused as a puppy so she requires a lot of love and attention and patience. Thankfully, given what I do, I’m home more often than not and she gets absolutely spoiled. She’s sleeping at my feet as I write this, and couldn’t be happier.

14. What’s your favorite thing about writing?

The spark of a really good idea and the moment in which the story takes on a life of its own and you cease being conscious of the mechanics involved. It’s akin to an out-of-body experience, only instead of observing yourself, you’re watching the people you create interacting before you. There’s nothing quite like it. That, and getting emails from readers who were moved to write you because of how your work affected them.

 

Links:

Website: http://www.kealanpatrickburke.com

FB: https://www.facebook.com/kealan.burke

Twitter: @kealanburke

Instagram: @kealanpatrick

Also, THE TENT is free to read on Wattpad here:

http://my.w.tt/UiNb/EBjUCnvgnw

 

Kealan, as always thank you for letting us get to know you better. I wish you much happiness and continued success!

 

Just a few of Kealan Patrick Burkes books