Interview with Author – Darren Worrow

Author Bio:
Shot from my dying home planet as a baby in an egg shaped craft I grew up with a company of wolves, learning to live as they did. Until one day the threat of the return of a naughty tiger meant I was guided out of the jungle by a jazz singing bear and into a man-village. At the village I managed to win a golden ticket to a chocolate factory where I fell into a river of chocolate and got sucked up a pipe. Things went from bad to worse when I found out that a drunken sailor in the local inn had a treasure map and I was accosted by pirates and travelled to a secret Caribbean island. After this I could take no more of my adopted parents and so I went away off with some strange bloke to a school for wizards where I thought it best to challenge a lecturer that killed my parents.

However after this my life turned around, I grew up and gave my favourite toys, a cowboy and a space ranger away to a snotty girl from around the corner and went to college. Unfortunately though I was bitten by a rare spider and found myself with special arachnid powers which I used to defeat an evil leprechaun.

Now, well, now I just write books, people say where do you get your ideas from and I tell them I have no idea, I’ve had such a boring, everyday life.

What inspires you to write?
All those people that yell at me. They yell, they yell and they yell again, “Oi Worrow, shut it – i don’t want to talk to you, you’re crazy!” So i write instead, a lot less hassle in the long run.

Tell us about your writing process
I think of an idea, normally while on the toilet. Then i think to myself, “that really is the worst idea i have ever had and i would go as far to say possibly the worst idea anyone has ever had, ever in the whole wide world.” Then I try and think of something else but come up with nothing, so conclude “oh, well, that’ll just ahve to do,” and i write it, striving to make it even worse as i go along.

For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
I try to believe me but do they listen? No they don’t.

How did you decide how to publish your books?
I publish through Amazon, only the ones crazy enough to own a rain forest would consider taking my books on.

What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I think we must wave goodbye to paper, not that it can wave back but there you go.

What genres do you write:: comedy (so they say)

What formats are your books in: eBook

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