Good morning, folks. Here’s a brand new interview of myself from a fairly new blog site that looks as if it is going to REALLY make a mark for itself. If you are anywhere interested in genre authors you REALLY might want to make it a point to start following GENRE READER!
Hey there, readers!
Today we have a new interview with indie authorSteve Vernon. He’s got a whole bunch of books worth checking out, so click the link and have a browse.
Break the ice and tell our readers who you are and what kind of thing you write.
I’m a writer and an oral tradition storyteller. I specialize in the fine old art of booga-booga. I write horror, paranormal, dark fantasy, and ghost stories. I’ve been writing since the mid-eighties with about a dozen small press published novels and novellas, about a hundred short stories and a couple of hundred published poems – as well as seven books of regional folklore released through a Nova Scotia publisher and about fifty independently published e-books.
I like to keep busy.
How do you approach your stories; do you plan everything out before starting, or are you more a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants kind…
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