R.S. Jinks


R. S. was born and predominantly raised in Dallas, Texas. His interests are reading, writing, investing, video games, movies, music, gambling, sex, and money. Scary movies are addicting but make him scream like a young girl. The swiftness of how fast time passes along with the lack of time in the day never ceases to disappoint him. He is fascinated with the esoteric and would love to become a member of the Illuminati as described by Dan Brown in Angels and Demons. He resides in the DFW metroplex and can't wait for the day he's able to write full time.

Smashwords Interview

What is your writing process?
I'm constantly thinking of new ideas for stories. For example, I can be watching a show concerning real life crime and think to myself that what I'm watching would make a good horror novel. I like to write a loose outline before I begin the tale. When I'm writing, I don't pull any punches. My characters are a reflection of our world, so they're often profane, lecherous, and less than perfect. I try to be fearless and as honest as possible.
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
I don't remember the absolute first story I've ever read. I'm sure it was something like Clifford the Big Red Dog or The Bernstein Bears. When it comes to more mature fare, one of the earliest I've ever read would be The Giver by Lois Lowry. I remember being blown away by the story and thinking about the tale long after I had finished. It really is a beautiful book. I would love to have that effect on someone through written words one day.
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Illuminati Poetry
You set the price! Words: 7,030. Language: American English. Published: June 30, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » African Poetry, Fiction » Poetry » Spiritual
Beautiful, gritty poetry from the author of Killers, Demigods, and Satan's Zombie Horde, Avarice Life Poetry 1, 2, 3, Yoga Fire, and Yoga Flame.

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africa    beautiful    gritty    illuminati    injustice    knowledge    money    poetry    sexual    wisdom