Khadija, the first wife of The Prophet Mohammed.
When you are not writing, how do you like to relax?
I love to watch sports or play them. Movies too. Books aren’t relaxing I read them but I am taking notes in my head.
Do you have any tips on how writers can relax?
Sunning tanning and sex
How often do you write? And when do you write?
As much as I can, whenever I can. I will never be a great marketer or a hack, so I am going to beat them by being prolific.
Have you met any people in the industry who have really helped you?
Yes. Stephen C. Mitchell is great guy who did the documentary of Kings of Leon. Unintentionally our talks really taught me about structure and craft.
What do you hope people will take away from your writing? How will your words make them feel?
Enlightened and entertained.
Great White Sharks Attack the White House!
The Federal Government is behind on its loans and Chinese President Xi Jinping wants his money. Having brought members of the China Task Force together in the White House for a meeting, Jinping, with the help of weather control and PETA, unleashes genetically modified great white sharks in an effort to force President Obama and the C.T.F. to make the tough decisions on how to meet the dear communist’s commands.
Can the C.T.F. escape the wrath of Red China and the great white killers, or will Obama be forced to disband the government and bring the country to brink of anarchy?
Paul and Thomas (the writers of G.W.H., not a folk group) have weaved a wicked tale of governments run amuck in this “grindhouse” novella. With elements of “South Park” meets “Sharknado” meets “Olympus has Fallen” meets “White House Down” meets other movies/TV shows featuring charismatic black presidents, G.W.H. illustrates just how far politicians can be pushed as they work to survive the horror of the ocean’s greatest murderers. America has bills to pay and China’s “loan sharks” are ready to collect that debt in blood.
These sharks don’t see Red or Blue—they are equal opportunity eaters.
Buy Now @ Amazon
Genre – Fiction, Humor
Rating – PG-13
More details about the author