I never considered writing a passion, but I do enjoy it and love to see what my readers have to say about my works.
JC: When you begin writing a new story, do you have it pretty well outlined? Somewhere in between? JLB: Discovery all the way. I never know how a novel ends until I write the last sentence.
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JC: Much of my writing is the same way. If I do outline, my characters usually end up correcting me as I write. Many people love the Day by Day Armageddon series.
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The zombie genre is so saturated with lots of mediocre to terrible entries, making it hard to sometimes find the gems. How were you able to find success with DBDA in such a heavily saturated genre? What qualities about your story have made it rise above so many others? If you write something great and position it to be seen, it will catch on and be loved.
I saw a vacuum and I jumped on it with Day by Day Armageddon. It took off and here we are, twelve years and a few novels later.
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JC: All right, Tomorrow War. I have listened to the audiobook.
While TW departs from the zombie scene, it clearly stays within the framework of a tragedy that topples nations at the onset of what will become a dystopian future. This time, you tackled it from the perspective of a cyber attack. What drew you toward this catalyst for your story? A cyber or EMP attack are very real threats to our infrastructure and national security. I think the first person point-of-view probably helps in this, something you seem to be comfortable with. Is this the style of writing that comes most natural to you?
JLB: I think so. JC: I agree with that. Shattered Hourglass was a strong entry in your DBDA series, but I feel more at home with your stories in first person. Grey Fox was a fun short story that solidified that for me after Shattered Hourglass. As an avid journal keeper, I find your style very interesting.
Both Day by Day Armageddon and Tomorrow War utilize characters that keep journals, through whom the stories are told.
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