to answer these 4 questions about my writing. So let's see where they lead me?
You can always check out what his answers are for these same questions and much much more on his blog at:
What am I working on now?
I am now back to working on my 3rd Pulse Historia novel "Immoral Machination" - Pulse Historia is spinoff series that developed from the much loved and successful trilogy The Pulse Myths. In the Pulse Historia novels we explore the past lives of our beloved immortals. In this particular one we are in Victorian England.
How does my work differ from others in its genre?
Although most of my work is in the paranormal genre my characters do not fit in with the usual suspects that you find in other paranormal books like: witches, zombies, vampires, shifters, angels, gods and daemons. My immortals are unique and although fully my own creations, they incorporate many heroes and characters from ancient mythology that date back thousands of years. I use real methodical historical research for all my books as I am a historian by nature.
Why do I write what I do?
I write books that I would have loved to read when I was younger, or even read today. I enjoy the paranormal, but I don't want a story to be completely out of logical comprehension. I also infuse my stories with ancient history and psychology. They are full of life lessons learned. I like to expose my readers to new and relative information. I enjoy teaching through my stories.
How does my writing process work?
I can only write when the muses attack me and when I have absolute peace of mind. Which, unfortunately, lately has been difficult to find. However, things are getting settled and hence here I am blogging and writing :) My writing process is still not as disciplined as I would like it to be. The stories must come to me naturally, almost channel through me for me to feel passionate enough to write them down. I believe that this is the only way that I can transfer that same passion unto my readers.
Luckily for my readers, I have a few of these stories backed up. It's all about finding the space to sit down and write write write
Now let me introduce you to author
And next Monday-August 11th head to her blog to see how she answered these same questions
Janell studied history at CSU, Fresno California, focusing on the ancient world and Alexander the Great. She is intrigued by Greek and Roman mythology.
On the home front, she has two grown children and two grandsons and one granddaughter. She has written two books: Invisible Wings about a teen angel and Birth, book One of the Livingstone Saga about a gargoyle in medieval Spain. Check out their pages for more delicious details:)