Stacey T. Hunt is a young adult with the mysterious ability to project her consciousness into faraway galaxies, and uses those experiences to write weird dark fantasy novels. Although highly revered for her playful and eccentric manners, Stacey is burdened with immense intelligence and foresight.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
Writing is the one area in my life where I get to have absolute control. The characters become my imaginary friends and they do and say everything I want them to. I can do and create anything when I write: sentient plants, eldritch abominations and the zoologically dubious, eyes where they shouldn't be, eyes in general, cuddle puddles, bromance, incredibly manly characters, girls that are feminine and still incredible hardasses (like they aren't even trying or anything) and situations that I myself will never get to be in, in real life. Whatever I want, I can make it be.
Who are your favorite authors?
I can't pick just one, so I'll give you my top 5 in random order: Lewis Caroll, Neal Shusterman, J.R.R. Tolkien, Amanda Hocking, and Stephen King. Also, I feel I should also include my dad, Robert A. Hunt (who is also an author) because if it weren't for him, I wouldn't be an author today. I've read his work and I must say, he is my ultimate inspiration. Go check him out if you haven't already: https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/RobertAHunt
After dying and stumbling upon the lively planet of Cascade, seemingly cut off from the rest of the universe and doomed to an inevitable apocalypse, Kale finds his own past reflected all around him. He must deal with these echoes while attempting to prevent the world's end.
Genation 1: Earth Volk
on Oct. 27, 2013
I loved this book, and I definitely recommend it! I think the biggest thing that drew me to this book was the cover. The science that he created was new and different and I really enjoyed how he explained everything. The characters, I thought, were well written and had very diverse personalities. I liked the plot, the story, and even the bad guys. I wasn't disappointed in reading this novel.