Just the right amount of cynicism flows from this next author. Not too much, not too little, just right.
A successful run in computer graphics, challenged by illness, captive by passion, and a firm believer in freedom. Lily grew up on fantasy novels and movies, thrived on horror, then fell in love with the thriller genre.
After earning a diploma in computer graphics and animation, she’s worked in publishing, marketing, and advertising. Lily now paints with words and her imagination.
The Ash Garden – Psychedelic
“Nothing but ashes here on in.”
Join Eden in a journey of love, life, and death.
“Make a wish.”
Cottonseeds – Supernatural Thriller
“Do you believe in absolution, Mr. Gillman?”
Sam Gillman is a twenty-eight-year-old paralegal in Tennessee who must reconcile the amoral job of representing the guilty as supernatural forces threaten his sanity.
1. What do you do to keep your spirits up through a bad review?
I’ve never had a bad review that devastated me. Any negative feedback I’ve received, I can usually see that went wrong pretty fast. Sometimes it’s a matter of personal taste, sometimes it’s a case of miscommunication. I guess I just don’t take bad reviews seriously. I see them as nothing more an invitation for improvement.
2. What has been your greatest inspiration for writing your story?
Neil Gaiman and Sin City / Frank Miller. Second to that, music is a huge influence and I couldn’t possibly list everything. It just depends on my mood.
3. Are there any people you feel need a shout out for supporting you?
Courtney Wells, Kevin Cole, and Kelley White-Ricks, to name a few. Many others of course, but they know who they are.
4. Has self-publishing taught you any lessons that you feel will help you in life?
Hmm, I feel it’s the opposite. My whole life and years of work experience has prepared me for self-publishing. I’m just now enjoying the icing on the cake.
and last, What’s your favorite color?
That’s such a mean question. I’m an artist, I love all colors. Asking me to pick one is like asking a mother to pick a child while the others are murdered. Nope, can’t do it.
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