Monday, May 2, 2011
**INTERVIEW #5 with Author GARY STARTA**
Author of 7 Published Books
What Are You Made Of?
Murder By Association
Gods Of The Machines
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~~~AUTHOR INTERVIEW #5~~~
Geri: Have you had the pleasure of discussing any of your books with a fan?
Gary: I am ready and waiting for that. lol. But I haven't been rewarded to see reviewers responses via posts. Speaking of speaking 'verbally', I enjoyed my first verbal interview not too long ago with Blog Radio host Jennifer Chase, who is also an award winning crime author. I was able to discuss writing with her during the interview and was excited to learn she has a degree in criminology because my latest novel, 'GODS OF THE MACHINES' is as every bit a crime novel as it is a science fiction story. But if a reader, wants to contact me by email, I can be reached at email@example.com.
The link for my Blog Radio interview is: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/jennifer-chase/2010/11/11/sci-fi-author-gary-starta-discusses-his-latest-thr
Geri: What motivates you to write?
Gary: I would have to say it is a love for storytelling. I am always inspired by a great
plot, coupled with great characters, whether it is in a novel, movie or television
series. I am constantly motivated because of that.
Geri: Are you exactly where you want to be in your journey of writing?
Gary: In a way, considering the last six years, I have been fortunate enough to
come up with seven full-length novels, plus short stories. I can look back
at them and see a progression, hopefully finding new ways to improve,
and keep my storytelling evolving. I like to mix genres, and because of that,
I strive to make each new novel different, and stand alone from the previous
Geri: Who has inspired you the most to write?
Gary: If I had to narrow it down to one person for this question, I will pick
author Dean Koontz
Geri: What would you consider to be the highlight of your writing career?
Gary: I would say being included in a robot anthology called 'Thank you, Death
Robot', a collection of short stories. I have a great love for androids and
having my short story 'Growing Pains' included in this was exciting.
Geri: It has been an honor and a Great Pleasure to work with you over the years. Your
talent is indeed Amazing. Wishing you much success. Thank you for your time.
Gary: You're Welcome.