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Eve of Darkness really puts the ‘dark’ in dark fantasy. Was this intentional or did this just happen organically while writing?
It was intentional. I wanted to take a time when we were at our cruelest to one another. Slavery, piracy, stations, disease, etc. I wanted to show that and then throw in a hell hound, demons, the walking dead, shapeshifters, and then some magic and see what would happen.
Eve of Darkness is really brought to life by Wesley Bruff’s narration. What was the collaboration like to convert your book to audio?
I was so very blessed to have found Wesley Bruff. Not only is he a talented narrator but he also just seems to “know” the characters and seems to understand what I want. He would do a character’s voice and then send it for me to review and it was so mind blowing how dead on point he was. He is AWESOME! He brought my book to life and made it seem real for me and the listener.
Do you see storytelling from a different perspective now that you’ve had your story read aloud?
Yes, now that I can listen I see how different it is then sitting down and creating that world.
Just hearing how the characters interact help me a lot more when I am writing.
Which of your other books do you plan to have in audiobook format?
Wesley Bruff is set to start on book two soon.
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