Storytelling is in Paul Sean Grieve's blood. Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, he has been a documentary filmmaker, a screenwriter, a news cameraman and has worked in other capacities in the entertainment industry. He has a bachelors degree from Western University and a masters degree from Trent University in Peterborough Ontario. He has lived in Canada, Japan, Thailand and Honduras and now resides in Okinawa. He takes pictures, teaches scuba diving and occasionally writes fiction.
Who are your favorite authors?
As far as fiction goes, my tastes are eclectic. I like experimental authors like Haruki Murakami and Michael Houellebecq, more literary writers like Yann Martel and science fiction authors Robert J Sawyer and Paolo Bacigalupi. I've read most of Paulo Coelho's books, as well as some by Dan Brown. I like the fiction and non-fiction work of Ben Mezrich. My favourite non-fiction author is Nassim Nicholas Taleb.
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
The fact that I have to make a living somehow. Like most indie authors, I can't afford to write full time, and I think this is a good thing for me. Having to make a living in "the real world" has provided me with many insights and adventures which continue to inform my writing.
Brilliant but impoverished scientist Drew Freeman discovers hidden research so explosive it could shatter the globe-spanning empire of a massive agricultural conglomerate that will stop at nothing to protect its secret.
Short Story: Harrison never thought married life would be like this. Financially insecure, socially isolated and unready to start a family, he's resisted his wife's relentless pressure to have children, only to find himself practically frozen out of his own home. Sexually frustrated and desperate for the kind of love he no longer gets from his wife, he considers his options.