Indie Author Interview – PS Mokha
My next guest in the Indie Author Interview Corner is the author of The Last Sanctuary.
Dear readers, please welcome PS Mokha.
Hello PS Mokha,
Tell us a little something about yourself as both a person and an author:
Hi, there. As a person I crave adventure, new and exciting things to stimulate and tantalise. As an author, I’m much the same
What made you decide to be a writer?
A love of story telling and a desire to practice an art that predates cave paintings. Stories were a way ancient people imparted knowledge, and working towards tapping into that power is an incredible journey with unlimited experiences.
What made you pick this genre to write?
Fantasy is unparalleled because anything can happen. The possibilities are limited only by the author’s imagination. I also love humor and enjoy dropping those delicious comedic moments into tense situations.
Tell us a little about your latest book.
The Last Sanctuary is a traditional fantasy set in modern London and dashed with epic themes and splashes of humor.
How do you come up with your ideas?
I work with teenagers and their minds are more fertile than the Amazon basin. I also read bucket-loads and am blessed with the overactive imagination of a child.
Is there someone in particular you would like to thank for supporting you through this process?
My wife and kids, every minute of every day
Tell us one positive thing that has happened to you since you published your book(s).
People stop me when I’m going about my business to say how great the book was and hassle me about how quickly the sequel is coming.
Even better, almost a dozen teenagers have told me mine is the best book they have ever read.
Tell us one negative thing that has happened to you since you published your book(s).
The success of The Last Sanctuary means the early starts and late nights to write and polish book two must continue – although it’s a small price to pay to work on something I truly love.
Give us your links to learn more about you and your books?
Check out the great reviews on Goodreads
…and here is the trailer link.
And for those that want to buy
Anyone who likes my PS Mokha page on Facebook and posts an email address, I’ll email a free e-copy in return for a review – it can’t get much better than that!
Finally a big thank you to Jill for allowing me to be interviewed.