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A Couple of New Videos

Hey guys. I got some exciting news for you! I recently uploaded a couple of videos to my Youtube channel and figured that it's only fair that I share it with you lot!


The first video I want to share is the official trailer for Final Ragnarok: She Returns. I've already done a couple of teaser trailers for it, but this is the official trailer. Final Ragnarok is shaping up to be one of the most intense stories in the Draconica series so far - it's going to be a big one!



The second one is a new fan parody series I've made. Remember how the Man in Shadow said that he was going to gather an evil army? Well the bastard actually did it! He's teamed up with some of the most despicable minds to create the team of - Totalitarian Warlords and Termination Squadron!
Follow the first of his adventures here:



Enjoy guys! More Final Ragnarok stuff is to come in the following months. Keep your eyes peeled. :)







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Author Interview - Jessika Council

Well, this is the last Author Interview that I am doing this month - and I decided once more to revisit an old friend.


A couple of years ago, I reviewed Jessika Council's book Airion: Return to Zire, which I kinda gave a hard time due to the amount of typos that there were in it, but I geniunely did enjoy reading it. Thankfully, Jessika didn't take my comments personally and she agreed to this special author interview - which I wanted to do to make up for the bashing I gave her for the review. I'll also give her a chance to offer a giveaway for her work like I've done with the other authors that have featured here.


So please welcome to my blog, the marvelous Jessika Council! (round of applause!)



Thanks for taking the time to talk to me today, Jessika. So, why don't you tell the nice people what inspired you to get into writing?


I’ve always loved writing. There is something about creating life on a page that is so satisfying.



Too true! Who are your favourite authors?


J. K. Rowling, Stephen King, and Erin Hunter are three of my favorite authors. They all create amazing worlds, plots, and characters.



Which, in your opinion is more important – story or characters?


I think good characters create the story. The best story goes down the toilet with crappy characters.



I agree there. What do you look for in a good story?


Character development is very important. But beyond that, I like to walk away from a novel feeling invested, not wanting it to end, excited for the next novel, or feeling as if I’ve learned something.



I feel the same way about any novel I read. What’s the best advice you can give to authors?


Not everyone is going to feel the way you do about your work. This is not to say that you should sell your soul to gain fans. If you don’t want to write about love triangles, vampires, or werewolves, DON’T. Write what you want and keep writing. The fans will come.



I totally agree with you there! Writers should tell the stories that they want to tell. So tell us, what is the title of your most recent/soon to be released novel?


Airion: Light and Dawn



Can you tell us a little about it?


This is book two of the Airion Series. Kobi and Raili are constantly challenged by destiny, which is trying to pull them apart. I can’t say more than that without giving away the first book Airion: Return to Zire.



Oh we can't have you posting spoilers now, can we? Lol. Have you worked/are you working on anything else?


I am currently plotting book three of the Airion Series, Airion: The Ruins of Drake. I am very excited about this book because there will be a significant setting change, new characters, and a large twist to the series plot.



Ooooh, plot twist! I like those! Do you have any favourite characters in the story


I hate to play favorites with my characters, it’s almost like choosing your favorite child. But, admittedly, I do have some characters that I favor more than others. Black Master Rick, Trayn Saio, and Kai Ventra are among my favorites. But, of course my twins, Kobi and Raili, have my heart. :)



Yeah, we authors always seem to pick favourites, despite our best not to. If your book was turned into a film/TV series, who would you get to play the characters?


That is a loaded question. I think that they would have to get all new actors to play the characters in this series, because it is such a strange setting and the character’s ethnicities aren’t conventional. It will have to be almost like the new actors in the Chronicles of Narnia movies.



That's pretty cool - choosing new actors rather than big name ones. I think that makes a film that more realistic. So, do you have any other hobbies other than writing?


Oh… So many… I dance everything from contemporary to hip hop, I sing (pretty well I guess), Draw (my mom has a little gallery in her place full of my drawings) I love Japanese Culture, Anime, and I speak Japanese. On top of all of that, I am a huge dork for science and history. Yeah… I think that’s it. Lol



Nice! Anime lovers are always welcome on my blog! Are you a summer or winter person?


I LOVE SUMMER!! I don’t like winter at all, although my favorite holidays are in winter, as well as my birthday. Just my luck.



Summer kicks ass! Are you a night owl or morning person?


I am definitely a night owl. I sometimes characterize myself as a child that loves to fight sleep every night. Even if I’m sleepy, I will find a reason to stay awake until at least 1 or 2 in the morning. Horrible, I know.



What is your favourite food/drink?


Japanese and Italian food is my favorite. As for drink, I am a big fan of water and juice. I’m not a big fan of soda (unless it’s ginger ale or orange soda).



Cool. Now for the big one. Who would win in a fight between a zombie ninja dragon and a cyborg unicorn with advanced weaponry?



Hmm… good question… I would like to think that the zombie ninja dragon would win. Cyborgs are hard to kill, the ninja dragons are epic. :)



Cool. Ok, now the fun part. You are a superheroine and you have to pick your powers. For this, I picked a superheroine I think you'll be happy with!






You're welcome. ;)


Anyway, would you prefer superstrength or superspeed?


Superspeed, for sure. I could go anywhere in a fraction of the time. Maybe even travel at the speed of light and discover time travel, going backward or forward in history to see some of the world’s greatest moments the way they really happened.



Cool. Flight or teleportation?


Flight. I would fly to the store if I could. I love flying.



Gale-force breath or freeze breath?


Hmm… That’s some strong breath… I would have to go with Gale-force breath. I hate the cold.



Me to. Heat vision or telekinesis?


Undoubtedly telekinesis! How cool would it be to be able to move things with your mind. Did you know that humans only use about 10% of their brain and some scientists speculate that humans could possibly become telekinetic if they could use 100% of their brain? Very cool! (Yes, I’m a dork ^_^)



That's a cool fact! Personally, if I even used 1% of my brain we could get things done! XD Final question,   Invincibility or accelerated healing factor?


Hmmm… that’s like being a vampire or an original vampire in that American drama The Vampire Diaries (Great show by the way). I would rather be an original, which is the same as being invincible. Invincibility rocks!! :)



It sure does! Well thank you for being so cool in talking to me today. Jessika has also kindly agreed to offer some discounted rates for her current book Airion: Return to Zire. All you have to do is use this special code - XJ73W -  to get some discounts by putting it in at check in! Click on the pic below to be able to get yourself a discounted copy now!





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A huge thanks to Jessika for taking the time to talk to me and good luck with your new novel. It was a pleasure to have you.


Well guys, that's it for this month with Author Interviews. I'll be doing another one in a few months time, so authors, if you want to be featured on my blog, please get in touch at any of the...





Ok, just what the hell is going on here? These things have been appearing in my blog for days now. I want to know who is doing this! Show yourself now!


Myysterious Voice: Be careful for what you wish for...




(A blast of lightning strikes).




Mysterious Voice: Hehehehe. Don't worry, Dan... I'll look after you blog whilst you... take a nap...








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Author Interview and Giveaway - Donna Cook

You know something guys, I'm really enjoying these author interviews. So why don't we do another one today? Today on my blog we have...



What was that? Ok, I seriously don't know what's going on here! It's almost like... something is controlling my blog from the outside...
Anyway, moving on. Today I am talking to the absolutely splendid Donna Cook. Donna was a joy to talk to, so let's find out a little more about her novel Gift of the Phoenix - and let's find out why Donna finds writing so awesome!
Thank you so much for taking the time to appear on my blog. So what first inspired you to get into writing?

I’m one of those who’s dreamt of writing for as long as I can remember. I’ve always loved it. I never quite feel complete unless I’m working on a story.



I know that feeling! XD Who are your favourite authors?


Oh, I have such a hard time with questions like this. I’m afraid I’ll forget someone important. Favourites include John Steinbeck, Kate DiCamillo, Megan Whalen Turner, JK Rowling, Patrick Rothfuss, Katherine Paterson, and most recently, Rainbow Rowell. I know that’s a lot. I could keep going.



Had I the space on my blog I'd let you! XD Which, in your opinion is more important – story or characters?


Both. Story without characters feels artificial. Characters without story eventually gets boring.



So what do you look for in a good story? What do you look for in a good story?


This may sound flippant, but I look for good writing. I read widely and the kinds of stories I enjoy vary. However, if the concept of a story is interesting but the writing is poor, I can’t get past it. I recently set aside the first book in a very popular YA fantasy series, which shall remain nameless, because the writing was too underdeveloped for my taste. The movie is due out soon and I suspect I’ll like the story just fine without the mediocre writing to distract me.



So what is the best advice you can give to authors?


The best advice I can give has been said before, but for good reason. Write a lot and read a lot. If you’re serious about writing, be willing to put in your time. Any high-level craft takes practice to master. Write, write, write, then write some more. And read. Read like a writer. Learn from every book you read, whether it’s what to do or what not to do.




What is the title of your most recent/soon to be released novel?


Gift of the Phoenix is an epic fantasy adventure, available in paperback and eBook through all your standard retailers.



Sounds good. Can you tell us a little about it?


Gift of the Phoenix tells the tale of three young men brought together by a common enemy and their joint destiny to protect the Phoenix, the source of magic in their world. The Three struggle to unite in spite of what separates them, and must learn how to unlock the magic of three stones that seem to harm as much as they help. Uniting is not easy for Nicolai, the simple peasant with a powerful secret; Marcellus, the warrior prince who’s no longer heir to the throne; and Corren, a gifted wizard whose ambitions threaten to ruin them all. This is only the beginning. Dubbed a “fresh new take on fantasy adventure,” Gift of the Phoenix takes you deep into the heart of a wondrous world and the three men destined to defend it. The trailer and first few chapters are available on my website,


Gift of the Phoenix has won several awards including Semi-finalist in the Kindle Book Review Book of the Year Awards, and Notable Read in the Shelf Unbound/Half Price Books Indie Book of the Year competition.


Through book signings I’ve discovered Gift of the Phoenix appeals to both teen and adult readers, particularly those who like fantasy along the lines of Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, or Eragon.



That's really good and congratulations on all your awards. :) Have you worked/are you working on anything else?


I fell backwards into writing a series of novellas about a minor character in Gift of the Phoenix. A reader requested more about Nashua, a woman the Phoenix kept alive for 1200 years for mysterious reasons. As you can imagine, she has a pretty interesting story to tell. One novella, Nashua’s Choice, is out now and the next is in progress. These stories have a different feel from Gift of the Phoenix, I don’t think they’re as likely to appeal to my teen readers, but I love Nashua’s story. Her story is gripping and compelling in its own right. There will be a total of four novellas.

I’m also working on the follow up to Gift of the Phoenix, which I wrote as a standalone. The sequel is another massive undertaking, with mystery, plot twists, and spine-tingling magic. The working title is The Hidden Branch.



Do you have any favourite characters in the story?


Another favourites question! I love the three boys, Corren, Marcellus, and Nicolai. Nicolai is probably my favourite. Janus tops the list as well. She’s just pure fun to write.



Favourite's quesitions are always the easiest to answer! lol If your book was turned into a film/TV series, who would you get to play the characters?


No idea. Seriously, no idea at all. But I want Peter Jackson to direct. I’m devising a devious plot to get the book into his hands.



Wow! I hope Peter Jackson is reading this! Or if anyone knows P.J. point him in the direction of this blog. I think we got his next project here!  Other than writing, do you have any other hobbies?


Ballroom dancing. Salsa, swing, foxtrot, nightclub two step. I love them all. Also, any day I can get someone to play Settlers of Catan with me is a good day. It goes without saying my other hobby is reading.



Are you a summer or winter person?


Summer. I’m an Arizona native transplanted to Idaho. I do love it here, but come winter I just want to be hot. The kind of hot that leeches through your skin and melts your bones. Ahhhh....



Night owl or morning person?


When left to my own devices, I’m a night owl. I live for weekends and school breaks when I don’t have to set my alarm for six in the morning.


Sorry, yet ANOTHER favourite question for you. Favourite food/drink?


Anything Mexican. Or Italian. Or chocolate. Did I mention that I struggle with favourites lists?



Ok, let's trying doing something different. Who would win in a fight between a zombie ninja dragon and a cyborg unicorn with advanced weaponry?


Please. The dragon. Are you kidding? ;)



Well said! Now for the fun part of the interview. You're a superheroine and you now have to choose your powers. And given that the title of your book is Gift of the PhoenixI - why not have Dark Phoenix from one of the most popular X-Men stories of all time?





Superstrength or superspeed?


Superspeed. I know I’m supposed to be busy saving the day, but my fantasy is to travel all over the world. Superspeed would be a boss way to get around. Just think, no standing in security lines at the airport.



Works for me! Flight or teleportation?


Flight. Teleportation creeps me out.



Fair enough. Gale-force breath or freeze breath?


Gale-force. I don’t know why. Freeze breath lacks the same kind of kick, I guess.



Agree. Heat vision or telekinesis?


Heat vision. You can destroy just about anything with heat vision.



True enough! Just ask General Zod! Invincibility or accelerated healing factor?


Invincibility. Skip the need for healing altogether.


Thanks for hosting me on your blog!



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And now, the moment you've all been waiting for! For a chance to win an Ebook copy of Gift of the Phoenix, all you have to do is go to the link below and do a few simple tasks. Then a copy of the book could be yours!




Thanks for reading guys. Have a great week!






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Author Interview and Giveaway: Michelle Horst

Hey guys. Today I'm very excited for two reasons.


Firstly, it's St Patricks Day! So to start off - Happy St Patrick's Day everyone!


Now, onto the most important part of today. I'm excited to welcome back to my blog, Michelle Horst!
A couple of years ago, I reviewed Michelle's novel Vaalbara: Visions and Shadows. Whilst I had some reservations of the content and wondered if it was too overly dark for some readers, I was drawn to her excellent storytelling and characters. Having got to know her outside of writing, I can honestly say that she is one of the most honest and funniest people I know! She's a fantastic author that has gathered a strong, dedicated following of readers.
I'll be reviewing her novel Wake Me Up in a couple of months time - but today she's agreed to join my blog for an interview - and I'm glad that she's agreed to do so! So let's welcome Michelle to my blog and get to know her a little more!




Michelle, thank you so much for joining me on my blog! It's a pleasure to have you here today! Why don't you tell the readers what first inspired you to get into writing?

I’ve always loved reading. I started scribbling some poetry down as a child, and I guess the bug bite back then already. In my late twenties I started playing with the idea of writing an actual novel, but I only got the chance to sit down and write my first book in my middle thirties. My true inspiration? I guess you could say never letting go of that dream inside of you.



That is a really good attitude to have! So, who are your favourite authors?


Gosh, there are so many! Belle Aurora, Cora Carmack, Lisa De Jong, Penelope Douglas, and Veronica Roth – I could go on forever.



If I had the space on my blog I'd let you! XD  Which, in your opinion is more important – story or characters?


The storyline. You can have the best character in the world but if your plot falls flat it’s gonna suck. You have to keep your reader interested.



Speaking of story, what do you look for in a good story?


I’m a sucker for romance and friendship. There’s so much violence and bitchiness in the world, I really don’t need to read about it over and over. I don’t mind it, but don’t let it rule every page. I like suspense just like every other reader, but some authors forget about good ole’ romance and friendship and skip right on to sex, blood and gore.



Yup. I have to agree with you there. What’s the best advice you can give to authors?


A good book is all about pacing a story just right. Don’t repeat the same word over and over; you’ll irritate your reader. Use a thesaurus – magical little book filled with wordlist.  



So, what are you working on at the moment?


I’ll be working on a Novelette that will be released in an anthology with two amazing other authors.



Mmmmmm, interesting. I look forward to reading that! Do you have any favourite characters in the story?


No, every character in Wake Me Up holds a specific place in my heart.



If your book was turned into a film/TV series, who would you get to play the characters?


Would love for Mike Vogel to play Aiden, and Emma Watson to play Emma. They’d be my dream team. As for the mother, gosh, that’s another cup of tea all together.



Do you have any other hobbies other than writing?


I have a bird sanctuary. I house more than 600 birds, from Australian finches to some Amazon beauties. I have Koi, Sugar Gliders and 4 dogs than keeps me busy, as well.



Oh wow! That's cool! So I take it that if they ever remake The Birds, they'll be calling you up then? lol! Anyway, these next ones are just for fun. Are you a summer or winter person?


I’m a spring and fall person. I don’t like it too hot and not too cold.



Night owl or morning person?


Both. I go to bed at between 1 and 2 a.m. and I’m up at 5 a.m.



Yikes! I don't think I could do that! Fair play to you! Favourite food/drink?


Anything unhealthy.  I love Sprite zero and coffee. Don’t like dinner.



Yeah, unhealthy is awesome! Now, the important question. Who would win in a fight between a zombie ninja dragon and a cyborg unicorn with advanced weaponry?


Mmm… Cyborg Unicorn. I think the zombie ninja dragon’s gonna wipe-out due to being a bit on the slow side. (That’s if he’s like all the other zombies I’ve seen in movies, and he’s a slow poke). Plus, I’m a girl. I like girlie stuff. You put a unicorn there and I’m bound to choose the unicorn, even if it comes with armour.



Fair enough. Ok, now this is the pretty cool stuff! You’re a superhero – what powers would you prefer out of each list and why?


 Superstrength or superspeed?


Wowza – uhm… speed, I’m and impatient person.



Ok, flight or teleportation?


Teleportation – again, faster method of transport.



Gale-force breath or freeze breath?


(I hope both of these come with breath mints.) I’ll go with freeze. I might kill someone with gale-force. Safety first!



I'm sure we can chuck a few in for you! XD Heat vision or telekinesis?


Damn, telekinesis. For the safety of mankind. Can’t go burning up the planet, now can we?



No we can't! Invincibility or accelerated healing factor?


Invincibility, of course. You won’t need the healing factor if you’re all invincible. I like this one!



Thanks for the interview, Dan! This was so much fun. I’d like to add that I’m giving away 3 copies of Wake Me Up to three of your lucky readers.




No worries, Michelle. It was a pleasure! And yeah, as you heard guys, she's giving away 3 copies of her critically acclaimed novel Wake Me Up, and all you have to do to get one is to leave a comment below!


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Thanks for coming Michelle! Hope you enjoyed it! And thanks for reading, guys. Have a great day!


Happy Reading everyone ;)







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Author Interview and Giveaway: David Berger

Well... I FINALLY managed to thaw out after that somewhat unprovoked attack by Elsa and Zarracka on my last post. It's amazing what a hot soup and a cuppa tea will do!


I still can't believe they froze me! All because I didn't include Elsa in the Top Five Awesomely Kickass Heroines! Oh, and the way that Elsa looked at me when I said Let It Go wasn't my favourite song! I mean, seriously? Geez, this Elsa is really far up her own...


Elsa: Ahem!





Er... moving on!


Today on my blog we have another wonderful author to chat to! After getting to talk to him via Twitter, I invited him for a little chat today - and I hope you guys will join me in welcoming him! Please give a big hand to - Mr David Berger!



David, thank you so much for agreeing to the interview. So, what inspired you to get into writing?


I was first inspired to be a writer when I was a child, when my sister and I would write stories about the Smurfs. They were the “in” thing back then, so she and I would come up with pretty intriguing stuff, from my recollection. I wish I’d kept some of those stories, come to think of it, but this was before computers (1970s). Now, serious writing began when I was in high school and wanted to tell stories, largely influenced by my love of Greek mythology and fantasy novels. I wrote story after story of epic adventure tales, using heroes (and heroines) from Greek myths in new situations.



Who are your favourite authors?


I tend to like fantasy and science fiction writers the most, and in no particular order, I’d say J. R. R. Tolkien, David Eddings, Marian Zimmer Bradley, S. P. Somtow, Frank Herbert, Terry Brooks, Piers Anthony, and I can’t forget Neil Gaiman.



Anyone who mentions Tolkien is ok with me! :D So, being a writer, I have to ask - which, in your opinion is more important – story or characters?


Characters. And I say that after having written two novels, largely because it’s the conversations I have with my characters that drive the plot. I usually have an idea of how I want a story to go, but sometimes the characters don’t want to do what I want… they truly do have a sentience all their own. Character backstory usually drives the plot forward. As a reader, I get tangled in a good tale, but if the characters don’t fit the story or if they’re too universally simple, I lose interest. The development of character for me is paramount.



I tend to agree with you there. So what do you look for in a good story?


After appealing characters, I look for nuances throughout the plot that snag my interest. Hidden gems, if you will. If I smirk as I’m reading because the author has put in a subtle reference to something—like mythology or an allusion to another book, for example—I’m hooked. Or, if the subtleties of a character’s persona catch my interest, I feel like the author created layers for me to find. Sometimes, just implying that something exists, like magic, without actually stating it directly is enough for me to keep reading.



What’s the best advice you can give to inspiring authors?


First, write and read as much as you can. The more you read, the better a writer you become over time. And, subsequently, the more you write, the better you appreciate what you read. If you’re writing fantasy, then you should read as many diverse works in fantasy as you can find. Second, and certainly this should go without saying, have professional editors look over your work before you publish. Nothing takes the reader out of a great story than a poorly edited novel.



Good advice! Now about your current work, what is the title of it?


My most recently released novel is the second in the Task Force: Gaea series: Memory’s Curse, the sequel to Finding Balance. My soon to be released (soon, as in late 2014/early 2015) is The Liar’s Prophecy.




Can you tell us a little about it?


Memory’s Curse follows right where Finding Balance leaves off, with the four members of the U.N. Task Force: Gaea having to find and vanquish an ancient primordial being known only as The Nebulous One who is hunting the Olympian gods. However, the gods have all vanished except for Apollo. In the process of locating this evil entity, the team members—Aegis, Aether, Zodiak, and Talon—find themselves battling against powerful memories that may prevent them from successfully completing the mission. And, this novel draws on some Lovecraftian ideas, so The Nebulous One’s power is quite formidable as well.



Oooh! You mentioned Lovecraft - that gets two thumbs up from me! Have you worked/are you working on anything else?


I contributed two short stories to an LGBTQ anthology called New Years to Christmas: 15 Queer Holiday Tales. One story, “The Hanukkah Gift,” tells how two gay, Jewish men, Aaron and Jason, meet, and “Father’s Day” continues their relationship and involves some of their families. They’re foundational stories with a little bit of romance that I would like to build into a novel someday.



Cool. Do you have any favourite characters in the story?


Hard question! But, in the Task Force: Gaea series, one of my favorites is Brandon, also known by his codename: Zodiak. He wears an ancient amulet that allows him to channel power from each of the zodiac signs, and with some, he can physically transform into them, like the centaur archer for Sagittarius. His story goes through some interesting turns in both novels, and his connection to the earth, Gaea, figures prominently in both. Another favorite is Dr. Aleta Halston, codename: Talon. She was genetically fused with a white eagle and can sprout wings at whim. Her tool (not really a weapon) is a silver javelin that allows her to channel Zeus’ lightning. Her sarcastic humor takes people off guard a bit, and because of that, she can seem a bit harsh. But, I really like her.



Now I ask this to EVERY author I interview, but if your book was turned into a film/TV series, who would you get to play the characters?


Interestingly enough, I was approached by 490 Entertainment out in L.A. to turn my first novel into film. Currently, they have my film treatment, and I should be hearing back soon about how they're going to proceed. Now, my wish list? Well, Dan Fairmont, aka Aegis, would be played by someone like Joe Manganiello, although he should be early 30s. For Brandon Jeffries, aka Zodiak, I’d easily say Channing Tatum. For Aleta Halston, aka Talon, I would go with Ayisha Issa, who played a priestess in Immortals. For Sarah Jacobs, aka Aether, I would go with Emma Watson.



Oh wow! That's awesome! :D Well best of luck for that! So, so you have any other hobbies other than writing?


I’m an avid reader, comic book fan (Wonder Woman is my favorite), graphic designer, and I’m a fitness and running nut.



Wonder Woman is awesome! Are you a summer or winter person?


As a teacher, I’m going to say summer person, but having grown up in New York, I’ll say winter. I love the cooler weather much more. I’d rather bundle up than be sweating.



Night owl or morning person?


Oh, night owl, easily. I can tell those birds how it gets done, too. I’m much more creative at the wee hours.



Do you have a favourite food/drink?


Sushi is my favourite food, by far. I would live off it if I could.



Now, this is one of the most important questions I have ever asked. Who would win in a fight between a zombie ninja dragon and a cyborg unicorn with advanced weaponry? XD


I’m going to go with cyborg unicorn with advanced weaponry, partly because I’m not a fan of zombies, but I also think a cyborg has more capabilities, especially with that horn. You just never know what it can become.



Now you said that you were an avid comic book fan earlier - so I think you'll like this next one! You're a superhero - which powers would you like? Oh and here is a picture of Wonder Woman since you mentioned her. You're welcome!





Superstrength or superspeed?


Hmm. I’ve been a comic fan my whole life, so I’d have to say super-strength. Once I’ve gotten somewhere quickly, what else would I do? I know it works for the Flash, but I think muscle over motion for me.



Fair enough. Flight or teleportation?


Something about the power of flight is alluring to me. I’d like to see where I’m going, I suppose. I’ve always had those dreams where I can fly, and the idea of soaring above the clouds seems more like freedom from restraint to me, something I wish I had more often.



This one I'm sure fans of Superman will appreciate. Gale-force breath or freeze breath?


Gale-force breath, definitely. Once you’ve frozen you’re adversary, where’s the fun in that? I’d like to play with my foe a little before I use my super-strength to knock him across the globe.



Remind me never to tick you off! XD Heat vision or telekinesis?


Telekinesis! Moving objects with the mind has much more potential than heat vision. Besides, I could move fire, so I’d be able to get the best of both.



Very true! Worked for Dark Phoenix I suppose. Ok, finally, Invincibility or accelerated healing factor?


The true hero in me says healing factor so I can feel my own mortality a bit and keep me honest, but part of me wants to say invincibility. Nah, healing factor for sure. Best to psych out my foe and let him think he’s gotten the best of me, then I can surprise him when I’ve healed.



Well thank you so much to David for taking part in this fun little interview! Hopefully you guys enjoyed it and you can find links to follow David on his Smashwords page:




Not only that, but David is kindly offering a special code for BOTH of his books through Smashwords, so if you want to check them out - all this week they are available! All you have to do is click on the links below and use the corresponding code to get them!



Task Force: Gaea - Finding Balance: Use code TQ58D on checkout


Task Force: Gaea - Memory's Curse: Use code EW39X on checkout



Thanks David for taking part! Another author interview/giveaway next week!







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