Greg Dragon brings a fresh perspective to fiction by telling human stories of life, love and relationships in a science fiction setting. This unconventional author spins his celestial scenes from an imagination nurtured from being an avid reader himself. His exposure to multiple cultures, multiple religions, martial arts, and travel lends a unique dynamic to his stories. You can enjoy excerpts from his work by visiting his website at http://gregdragon.com.
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What is your writing process?
I like to be inspired, but we can't always get the sexy muse ready can we? The thing that works for me is maintaining a schedule, a tight schedule and rituals. My normal writing area is either on a bench in the park (if the bugs are playing nice) or in the corner of a local Barnes and Nobles / Starbucks. I put on my ear buds playing white noise *(or Mozart) and I just find a scene that inspires me and start from there. This is why I end up gluing elements together at the end of a book, I have a hard time going from start to end (my mind seldom works like that) so I just write, and when it's time to say "fin", I get my glue gun.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
I started writing as a young boy, so I assume it was something nasty and devious. I actually remember my mother finding a "book" that I wrote and stapled together and telling me how embarrassing it was for her to read it. Not that it was erotica or anything, but it may as well had been - the amount of detail I'd get into. The funny thing is I probably didn't know what the hell I was talking about either, just raging hormones. Then again, I did see Caligula unrated at around 12...