I’ve often had people tell me that I was born in the wrong era, hence my taste in movies, literature and music. What can I say, I love the classics. I try to reflect this bygone age through my work. When the days of pulp- fiction ruled the newsstands and the cracking sounds of radio invaded our homes. I’m I crazy you ask? Just a little, but history never remembers the ordinary. So with that said… ‘Cheers to the dreamer, may your inner child never die!’
What are you working on next?
I’m currently working on a Sic-fi / horror. The manuscript itself is done, now it’s all in the hands of the editor. I combined horror, a little sci-fi and even a little high fantasy, and put it literary martini shaker and out came ‘Hurbi Hancock and the Dream machine.’
Who are your favorite authors?
Wow, that’s tough question I have so many. The first that comes to mind is the late Ray Bradbury. H.G. Wells and Edgar Rice Burroughs were big influences on me as a child. But the pulp writers had the most substantial effect on shaping my literary voice. Writers like Robert E. Howard and Clark Ashton Smith.
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