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BE: How old were you when you first starting writing and what inspired you?
http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=acquistare-viagra-online-%C3%A8-sicuro JG: Oh wow, I must have been about 10 years old or so, could have been even earlier. I was asked to write stories for a class in school and of course they always turned out to be a haunted house story or a monster living in a well. But what really inspired me were my English classes in High School. We were given the classics to read like Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Shelley’s Frankenstein and even Shirley Jackson’s the Lottery. Even before I discovered Stephen King I had read lot’s of gothic books and loved them. I knew I wanted to write them.
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go to link JG: I guess that would be when I got reader feedback for the first time. It made my soul soar. I was being read and they also liked it. As a writer you always get that feeling that your writing might just suck or that you should just keep your day job, but when you hear back from readers who are not your family it makes you want to write even more and get better at it.
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BE: What do you have coming out soon? And can you tell us a little about it?
JG: Right now I’m working on a new post-apocalyptic horror book called Underground. Basically, it’s an war/adventure tale about the living fighting a losing battle against the dead and being forced to go underground from the hordes of undead but there is a twist… something I don’t want to give away just yet. Other than that, my newest Dark Fantasy book just came out. “Knightshade: Shadow Scourge, is an epic dark fantasy tale that is book 2 in the Knightshade series and the sequel to Knightshade: Perdition Bleeds.”
It’s live on Amazon now: https://www.amazon.com/Knightshade-Shadow-Scourge-Book-ebook/dp/B07DSGCPN2
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