Paul G Day specializes in books aimed at children and young adults. He has a unique narrative style designed to draw the reader's attention to the images of the setting as well as the predicament of the protagonist. Through human and non human characters, his books tell a very human drama and the complicated emotional journey we all sometimes find ourselves taking as we search for meaning and answers to profound and often confronting questions. Every one of his characters reflect a personality which has its beginning in the heart and mind of the writer himself. Paul's stories are about love, loyalty, family and courage. They represent a coming of age, where the central character must learn and grow in order to survive the complex and sometimes unforgiving world about them. Paul believes in strong young characters who stubbornly and sometimes defiantly challenge the troubles that compound their lives, finding a way, even in the darkest, bleakest moments of their otherwise unremarkable existence, to overcome adversity, thereby ultimately becoming extraordinary.
Tell us your latest news
I have several new books coming out this year. The first one is a sequel to The Black Fairy and The Dragonfly, then there is Children of Mars and another sequel, this time to Star Child and if I still have time, my epic fantasy novel, The Four Edged Sword. I have also entered into the Reader’s Favorite Author competition to win a major prize and a chance to have my book made into a TV series of Film.
When and why did you begin writing?
Writing or telling stories has always been in my blood. It was the one thing I was good at in school. But I didn’t really take it seriously until a few years ago when I decided that if I was ever going to be successful, I had to finish one project, then start the next. Now I have sixteen books, with more on the way.
Share this exciting adventure with Red Bear as he flies around the world in his red plane. Learn about strange new places as you read the adventures of The Red Bearon. Please note: Words are embedded in images so the word count is much more than it says in the description.