Julian Coleman cites an upbringing of poverty and harsh conditions as defining factors in her writing career. Unable to sleep due to nightmares, her mind turned to dark thoughts of demons, and thus an author was born. Julian states that at first she was petrified of the demons, but now she is used to them and can even recognise their own dark beauty.
She invites us to journey into the demon realm for a scary ride with her.
Here are some of the highlights:
* Julian's dogs sometimes enter to dreams to save her from the demons. Good puppies.
* She explains the meaning of her pen name
* Her career comes as a surprise after hearing about her demons
* Her favourite quote is perfect for her circumstance
* She chooses an excellent superpower
Read all about these interesting facts and more in the full interview here.
I have Stolen Prophet to share with you today.
Here's the synopsis:
I was riding the bus home one day when I saw a Missing Child billboard. I didn’t have any children at the time, but my heart ached for the parents of that lovely child. That’s when, especially as a writer, you ask yourself, What if? My what if evolved into a macabre tale that’s wrapped up in layers of madness and bloody revenge. I actually took a spectre from one of my nightmares and released it in my book. My foremost desire is for my readers to ache for the parent, despite the carnage she causes, and to root for her as she single-mindedly hunts for her son.