Question: How long have you been writing?
I’ve been writing since 2009 and working hard to improve with each book.
Question: What was the name of the first book you ever published, and when was it published?
"The Pelagius Game" Book 1: Valstain 2013
Question: Was this book published by a publisher; or did you self-publish?
The Pelagius Game series is published by eTreasures Publishing (Small “e”)
Question: Tell our readers about this very first book.
Valstain mixes religious concepts with intriguing plots and then merges together with fantasy elements, such as fighting giant spiders. Imagine a chess game between God and Satan. Valstain is the game board and the heroes and villains are the game pieces. Tim believes he is the only piece left alive on God’s team. To survive, he must find the sword of the spirit in order to kill his remaining enemies. But the weapon is on Holy ground and Tim is a vampire. How is he going to do that? Tim searches for the only member left in the Order of Pelagius he believes he can trust to get him back inside Valstain. That man is Father Michael Olshefski.
Question: Can a person still buy this book? If so, where?
The first book can be purchased in print or Kindle version from Amazon.com or etreasurespublishing.com.
Question: How many total books have you published?
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Question: Any future writing projects in the works? If so, tell us about it, and any pertinent dates to go with it.
I am currently writing the 3rd book in the series. It should be complete by spring of 2016.
Question: What is the title of your current book, and tell us a little about it.
"Born Villain" was released in 2015 and continues the adventures of vampire, Timothy Anderson and the quick-witted Scotsman, Scott McCree as they continue to battle evil in hopes of winning The Pelagius Game.
Last question, if someone comes across this article and reads it, what would you like to tell them about why you think they should try reading your book or books?
If you want to get a glimpse into the mind of an author who is an infrequently sober dyslexic and gets threatened from clergy men, then the Pelagius Game is for you.
Anything else you'd like to add that I didn't ask you, but you would like to share with our readers?
BLOG WRITER'S NOTE TO AUTHOR: Your books sounds quite interesting. I generally like a good fantasy-type adventure. I'll definitely check out your series, and good luck with your writing. Thanks for the interview.