Interview with Bluebolt Art Classics

Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Yes, definitely! It was quite naive nothing to do with sex, romance or love whatsoever. Actually, it was a children's chapter book which I am yet to publish! It goes by the title "Kabiro's Tragedy"
What is your writing process?
Seriouly and unbelievably I don't have any. I just write from the blues whenever and wherever inspiration hits my mind. Simple.
How do you approach cover design?
Wooh! I am technically a perfectionist, so to speak! So I sit down with my Graphics Designer, and tell him the emotions I want the cover to show or rather appeal to and leave him to work it out. Once I get the first draft (usually three copies) I share with my close friends, ask for opinions and then fine tune it to the best expression possible!
What are your five favorite books, and why?
1.The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald -well this book has a crazy twist of events-I love adventure and suspense that's what I look for in books, especially novels). 2. Othello-by Shakespeare-I love this book for its unending twist of events-it's totally entertaining! 3. Good Pussy Bad Pussy: Rachel's Tale-by A. Aimee-is one of those books that I consider a companion, it has a thrilling twist of events and suspense 4. The Symposium-by Plato. Well, I am a damn loving person, I really love what Plato says about love herein, especially the soulmate "thing" hehe 5. A Rose for Emily- by William Faulkner-for me this book is quite a thriller and a reveleation of what life has to offer in desperations (such as loniliness and bereavement).
What do you read for pleasure?
Well, this is a hard question for me because reading is a hobby for me, pretty much everything I read is pleasure to me-say newspapers, business news, technology news, classic novellas as well as speculative philosophy; but I read erotica and metaphysics ...
Describe your desk
One Word. Messy!
What's the story behind your latest book?
Honestly, it is about my personal life, the energy I feel within me and the love I have for the people I care about.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
Well, I love adventure, really. I thought Indie publishing was an adventure enough and I got on board right away with out much thought with zero regrets!
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
It's like therapy. It is actually therapy! It refreshes my mind everytime. It is a new expereince every time I write a new page that feels too good to let go.
What are you working on next?
I am working on a collection of erotica short stories and an erotic romance -novella; they keep me on the keyboard as much as they want :)
Published 2014-12-31.
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