William Gant has been writing since the seventh grade, inventing stories and worlds on in his head (or on paper) mostly for his own amusement. Lady in the Room is his first foray into the published world, and he is pulling out other shelved works (and plotting other nefarious tales) as we speak.
William lives on the Texas Gulf Coast with his family.
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
I wish I had a good answer for this. Being a natural night owl, my soul inspiration for getting up each morning is the deadening sound of my alarm clock.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
Working the "other" job, or researching on how to make my writing better than it is. My current work role outside of this has a heavy emphasis on quality assurance, so I apply those skills into making sure I have the best product out before I go to press.
Darrell Donka had a problem; a problem that required medication. He didn't like the feeling it gave him, so he gradually withdrew ... and that's when he saw her. The beautiful curvaceous brunette across the room at the party he didn't want to be at. She smiled at him, and he felt compelled to talk to her ... and that conversation led to events that would change his life and reality forever.