Today is my stop on Insecto-Cide blog tour and I am here today with an interview with the author!
Title: Insecto-Cide Publisher: Clink Street Publishing Published: 29th August 2019 Format: Paperback Source:: N/A Add It:Amazon UK. Goodreads. Summary: Five highly innovative and entertaining short stories that will grip and surprise the reader. Big Game hunters thought that the perfect environment had been created for them but were they really committing
INSECTO-CIDE The World teeters on the brink of disaster, what is the incredible surprising solution?
THE ULTIMATE QUESTION IS ANSWERED An extraordinary untold tale only recently rediscovered from archives concerning the infamous death camp
ONE CERTAIN NIGHT IN AUSCHWITZ Was the most famous ancient relic really there? Was the world ready for it’s discovery?
GOD’S PROPERTY A dark violent story of a parent’s unlikely revenge on an evil murderer in a seemingly safe place, how can the messenger of death possibly reach him?
TRUE JUSTICE Introductory story to a place within our world where usually successful Hunters become prey – No return ticket required ! This story will hold extra appeal to everyone who dislikes hunting
What is your favourite thing about writing books? The opportunity of letting the creative juices of the imagination flow and (hopefully) gaining the appreciation of a substantial number of the Public.
Who is your favourite character in your book and why? Perhaps surprisingly, Smith in the final story. Although he is a violent anti-hero, he is a thinking, decisive person with firm views on morality that many would agree with, not merely the shallow criminal thug that a cursory impression might give. His personality could also easily lend itself to a full-length novel.
What is your favourite drink to consume while writing? I would like to say a large Scotch however my truthful if boring answer is simply coffee.
Do you have any bad habits while you’re writing? Not that I know of, no distractions, even my faithful and much-loved German Shepherd lays quietly near me.
How do you research your books? Other books and the internet.
Are you a plotter or a pantser? Definitely a plotter.
If you could live in any fictional world, which would you choose and why? Peter Pan’s Never Never Land, who does not want to never get any older and enjoy continuous harmless fun?
If you could befriend any fictional character, who would you choose and why? Superman, because he would be able to assist in almost every endeavour, research or instant travel anywhere.