Rise of The Storm Bringer by Ken Lance
Hosted by The Book Nymph
Where are you from?
I moved around a lot when I was younger, but nowadays I live in New Orleans.
When did you know, you wanted to become an author?
I started writing when I was still in school, but work pushed it aside until recently.
What challenges have you faced?
I’m not sure the challenges in my life are that different than most other people’s, but I will say that trying to balance work and being an author is tough.
What is your favorite part about being an author?
Writing the stories I’ve always wanted to tell.
Who is your greatest supporter?
My wife, since she’s the one who really pushed me to find an editor and really give the author thing a real chance.
Any advice for someone who aspires to be an author?
Be yourself, and find a fantastic editor. I’m lucky to have such a phenomenal one, and it’s made all the difference in the world.
Anything you want to say to your fans?
I really hope you enjoy the books.
Coffee or tea?
Tea has always been my drink of choice. To be honest, I’m not a big fan of coffee.
If you could have any superpower, what would it be?
Blurb: For most people, a visit from their former in-laws is unpleasant at most. If only I were that lucky.
Mine have unexpectedly dropped by, leaving a couple of bodies in little bits and a message in blood as their way of saying hi.
Which is just great. Now I can add one more group to the growing list of nut-bags who want to tuck me in for a dirt nap. Simply put, if the in-laws don’t get me, a dead woman, the Loki, or any one of a legion of mythological beasties just might.
To top it off, I’ve learned that there’s a cosmic war that’s been raging since the dawn of creation, and somehow, I’ve found myself at the very center of it all. I know it's gonna be a hell of a day when death might be the least of my problems.
Biography: Ken Lange is a current resident of the ‘Big Easy’, along with his partner and evil yet loving cats. Any delay, typo or missed edit can and will be blamed on the latter’s interference.
He arrived at this career a little later in life and his work reflects it. Most of his characters won’t be in their twenties and they aren’t always warm and fuzzy. He is of the opinion, that middle aged adults are woefully underrepresented in fiction and has made it his mission to plug that gap.
Translation, he’s middle aged and crotchety.