Uncover #YA @AuthorEricPrice and his award-winning, UNVEILING THE WIZARDS’ SHROUD #fantasy

Here’s a fun interview I did with Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Suspense author Jami Gray. Find out which fictional characters I’d invite to a party, and what we’d talk about; how one of my favorite characters came into existence; and my favorite one liners…amongst other things.

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Greetings and welcome back. Today we are honored to question chat with the elusive Eric Price, wordsmith behind the award winning, young adult fantasy UNVEILING THE WIZARDS’ SHROUD (CLC’s Best First Novel 2014). We’ve offered him a goblet of mead and our best victuals to help keep him occupied as we endeavor to unravel the mysteries of his mental journeys. Without further ado, I give you Sir Eric Price…

If you were to hold a dinner party for six, who would you invite and share at least one question you would have for each? 

Annie Wilkes-Why didn’t you like Misery’s Child? 

Hannibal Lecter-Do human brains really taste like chicken?

Marla Singer-Is this my week to go to the brain parasites meeting or yours?

Alex (“Your Humble Narrator” from A Clockwork Orange)-When you’re ready for the old ultra-violence, is it really that horrorshow to make the red red kroovy flow from your…

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Work For Hire Posted on Lightning Quick Reads

My short story “Work For Hire” is available on Lightning Quick Reads. As a fair warning, this story is a bit more gruesome than most of my other writing. It’s not terrible, I don’t think, and my posts on LQR over the next few months get worse. I don’t usually tell people not to read what I write, but if you’re squeamish about blood and guts you may want to avoid this one.