Michael Gesellchen


I live in Minneapolis, Minnesota with my wife and our two children. I'm passionate about all things paranormal, supernatural, and spiritual. I enjoy bringing these topics to life through characters and storytelling. I am currently writing the third and final book to the Resurrectionist Trilogy entitled; The Resurrectionist Book II: The Great Tribulation. My goal for the books to engage the reader in thinking about what might exist beyond the physical world of the five senses and bring awareness to the unknown. I hope you enjoy my work. If you downloaded my book please let me know. Your review and feedback is invaluable and I appreciate it greatly. Reviews can be found on Amazon and Goodreads. mgesellchen@gmail.com

Smashwords Interview

What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
I love having a first draft. That's when writing becomes fun for me. Once the mechanical aspects of the story are in place you can go back and add the fun stuff. Character development, descriptive settings, and sharp dialog. Those are the elements that make a story come to life.
What do your fans mean to you?
Fans are everything. Without them there would be no purpose to writing. As a writer, you already know the story because it plays over and over in your mind. Writing is the vehicle that allows you to share your story with the world. If you didn't want others to know the story, there would be no need to write it.
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The Resurrectionist
Price: Free! Words: 75,790. Language: English. Published: July 23, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Christian » Fantasy, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Religion
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William Stark is not the hero type, at least not in his eyes. Mental illness and a confused faith keep him from loving the girl of his dreams, and himself. A lack of self-esteem takes him to the depths of hell (literally) to fight an intimate battle between fear and faith. Will must conquer his demons or risk becoming the very thing he is trying to fight.

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