Jesse Giles Christiansen – Guest post

I’m delighted to welcome American author Jesse Giles Christiansen this week with a guest post about his latest book Revenge of the Sea. Jesse writes entertaining adventures with a supernatural twist and here he interviews one of the characters from his book – welcome Jesse, and fictional friends.

 

JGCAuthorSeaPicture2014Exclusive Interview with Mr. DM from the novel, REVENGE OF THE SEA

Thank you so much for this interview, Mr. DM. Now that the book has been written, do you feel you were fairly portrayed, or would you like to set anything straight with your readers?

I am really quite incapable of being portrayed, although I should say that the author made an earnest attempt. I especially like how he depicted me as looking like Cary Grant. 😉

Do you feel the author did a good job colorizing your personality? If not, how would you like to have been portrayed differently?

I never expected pity from anyone—only to be understood. I fervently feel the author failed at this attempt. For example, I was never a world villain by any stretch of the imagination … only a messenger.
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The worst book I ever read

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I don’t read that many bad books, I take no pleasure in them. People sometimes talk about how they are going to gorge on book-junk as though a bad novel is a messy burger and there is a special joy to be gained from swallowing it. Not me.

I like many kinds of fiction and there are great writers in any genre, but I would rather seek out the glittering best of any given type rather than read that which is merely mediocre or indeed plain awful. So I do some research, take advice from people whose taste I trust. Hence I read very few bad books.

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