At an early age George knew he wanted to be a writer. He first started with poetry. When he took some time off from writing, he began training track and cross country at Grossmont College, Becoming the 26th All-American champion in the 10K cross-country run. While on his long training runs, he would think about writing children’s books in 2004 he published the children’s book titled “under Viking hollows.” next came Doctor wonky a series of 12 epic children’s novels. He has also done some extensive adventure traveling, created bronze wax sculptures and created his own social media site. George now lives in a small beach town with his two dogs. Star, who’s a chow-chow and Runar, and Icelandic sheepdog.
What inspires you to write?
When I was growing up as a child, I loved playing in the old Oak tree orchard, near to where I lived. I’d spent many an hour make- believing of wicked fairies and great mighty wizards that lurked in the shadows of the grand Oak trees, as I grew older this inspired me to write
Tell us about your writing process.
First of all I believe you must have a great passion, I once told a teacher I have a passion for writing he raised his eyebrows nodded his head and said yes passions go a very long way. Second of all you must know your individual characters, just like you know your family and friends; they become an intricate part of you, in your mind’s eye. They are real. thirdly. Everyone will get writer’s block what I do I call the left lobe right lobe thinking. when my imaginativeness part of my mind gets stuck, I use the analytical side of my brain such as editing, punctuations, what I call the mathematical part of writing, and my creativeness part of my mind kicks in and says hey let’s get going.
For Fiction Writers: Do you listen (or talk to) to your characters?
Yes of course, I talked to each character each one of them with a different personality
What advice would you give other writers?
Patience is a virtue; never give up in what you do. For quitting is 100% failure keep going never give up
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I used a great company called create space; their team gave me 100% of their loyalty. they did a great job
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
Finally! It’s up to the self-publishers not the big negative publishers company
What do you use?: Professional Editor
What genres do you write?: Fantasy, adventures magic wizard’s science-fiction health books
What formats are your books in?: Both eBook and Print
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