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The Interview

 
Since releasing my first novel two years ago, I’d been wanting to collaborate with another writer on a short story or two. I knew I wanted it to be an independent writer, someone with their own mind and with a distinct, declarative style. It didn’t matter to me if they were published or not, I just wanted it to be someone unique.
 
A.Slawson, author of Daemian PenDragon's Vampire Journal on Twitter (@SlawsonTony) was that person.
 
I happened upon Mr. Slawson via another Twitter follower’s recommendation and was immediately hooked by his Vampire Journal. He writes with an eloquence that is reminiscent of an Elizabethan-era tale, but with a modern voice of a man of today. His characters are angry, edgy, and reflective, but still able to see the beauty in a world that has long since lost its luster.
 
After contacting him, we corresponded frequently and the story was born. For awhile, I wasn’t certain that it would be completed, or ever see the light of day. You see, it isn’t easy writing a story “long distance”…but I think regardless of the miles, we’ve created a good little tale. Enjoy!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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3 Comments to The Interview:

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Anthony on Sunday, August 05, 2012 5:54 PM
Beautiful!! It became more than I imagined and such a true honor to work with you.
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lynn martin on Wednesday, August 08, 2012 11:32 AM
Hope there is more to come.
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Anita Kingsberry on Saturday, August 18, 2012 1:52 PM
Hi Deborah...just wanted to let you know that I enjoyed reading The Interview....hope read more soon.
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