The Sorcerer’s Key:
Fantasy, 288 pgs, mass market paperback.
A dark sorcerer from Eden battles Jack Lightfoot for a talisman that will give him unrestricted access to Earth and her technology.
The It Can’t Be Done, No Way, You’ve Got To Be Kidding,
Crazy Or Unbelievably Stupid To Try It, Handbook For Success:
Motivational, 124 pgs, mass market paperback.
Improve your life or business in small and simple steps.
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This month we welcome Clayton Bye as our Author in the Spotlight!
Lucille Perkins Robinson had the pleasure of interviewing Mr. Bye.
LPR: Tell us a little about yourself. How long have you been writing? What made you want to start writing?
LPR: When you’re not writing, what do you like to do?
CCB: I didn’t get any support when I was younger. But my spouse and children have been terrific. I’m a self-publisher. No one reads my work for me, with the exception of my novels. My oldest son can’t wait for them to be published, so he snaps them up the minute they come out of my head. He doesn’t usually critique; he just enjoys the story. In the past, due to money concerns and conflicting timetables, I’ve been unable to successfully contract editors or proofreaders. I would edit my work repeatedly until I couldn’t find anything else to change. Then I’d put it out there. I’ve had no complaints and very few suggestions for improvement.
LPR: Let’s talk about the writing process. Where do you write: desk, outside, on a recorder to transpose later? Why?
“I could sit in the middle of Sunset Boulevard and write with my typewriter on my knees; temperamental I am not.”
NOTE: One of the facts mentioned in this interview stands out sharply in my mind and that is the fact that despite Clayton Bye’s handicap, he is working hard and realizing his dream. We all have a dream. We’ll all have to work hard to realize that dream. We must never give up.
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