Nicholas Rossis is a rare breed of author, who can switch effortlessly between genres when he writes. Whether it is short science fiction snippets or fantasy sagas, he work is of a high standard.
He describes his abode as a cottage on the edge of a magical forest near Athens in Greece. There has been a new addition to Nicholas' life since I last had a chat with him. He has a new wee baby daughter and is now juggling nappies with his pens and paper.
Here are some of the highlights:
* Nicholas' writing has been compared to the classics such as Philip K. Dick
* He claims to the dichotomy of being both lazy and a perfectionist
* I found 12 of Nicholas' books available in Kindle format on Amazon
* He enjoys writing an antagonist character the most
* His characters sometimes disagree with his writing plans
* Nicholas' web designing company is going great guns.
* You'll never guess what's on his bucket list
Read all this and more here: http://fsfnet.com/2016/10/15/kasper-interviews-author-nicholas-Rossis/
Check out Nicholas' collection of short stories: You're in for a Ride
A force field stumps a group of intrepid explorers in desperate need of what lies behind it. Two time-travelers discover the dangers of messing with the timeline. And what happens when not one, but two dark prophecies clash head-on?
These are just a few of the stories in You're in for a Ride, a collection of speculative and science fiction short stories that explore our perception of the world around us. Is there more to the world than we can see, or can our senses deceive us?