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Author Interview: The Amazing Patrick Jones

Great feature author interview of from the illustrious Dan Alatorre blog!! Thanks so much for posting on Halloween!

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The River Universal Link: http://www.relinks.me/B0157GPKCE

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sandy 3 Author Patrick Jones

We have a lot of terrific authors that follow the blog. Patrick Jones is not only a great friend of the blog but a pretty prolific author, and this weekend he’s got a lot going on.

Sure, it’s Halloween for him like everybody else, but he’s running some sales on his books. The details are below, but take a moment to learn a little more about this insightful man – a kind of  modern day Indiana Jones in his own right – as he answers a few questions with me.

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Dan: What is the working title of your next book?

1pj 11pj 2Patrick: My new book, “The River” (a short story) is now available on Amazon.

My last book, “The Wolf’s Moon” is also available on Amazon.

“The Wolf’s Moon” audiobook has also been newly released on the ACX Audible platform.

Dan:…

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Interview: Bestselling Author Patrick Jones | Savvy Book Writers

. . Today’s interview is with Patrick Jones, a great storyteller and bestselling author of  THE WOLF’S MOON, who just launched his latest book, THE RIVER.

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The River by Patrick Jones

Savvy Book Writers: Interview with Patrick Jones Author of The Wolf’s Moon, The Linden Chronicles Book 1

 

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#Read about Guest #Author Patrick Jones

Patrick Jones, author of The Wolf’s Moon, The Linden Chronicles, Book 1 is featured on Chris The Story Reading Ape’s blog today! What an honor to be part of such a wonderful community of people! Have a wonderful day!!

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Author Interview: The Wolf’s Moon by Patrick Jones,

The Linden Chronicles: Book 1

Patrick JonesI had a couple of hours in between the next hurried crowd of people that wanted a signed copy of “The Wolf’s Moon.” All I wanted was to rest my hand and have a quiet cup of coffee and a cigarette.

I picked the grill and pub called Blazers. In the book I called it Barkers but if you are from the area, you know the place. It had great food and even better patrons.

There was an open corner table and I rushed to get it. The crowd at the bar was two or three deep and tables were at a premium.

Dana brought me a cup of their finest coffee as I settled back in my chair to reflect over the last couple of days. Like most Indie authors, I chose to self-promote the book…

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Interview with Patrick Jones, author of The Wolf’s Moon by 111 Publishing Doris-Maria Heilmann

Great Interview with Patrick Jones, author of The Wolf’s Moon on 111Publishing with Doris-Maria Heilmann.  Please click on the book to refer to the interview.

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Interview with Patrick Jones, author of “The Wolf’s Moon”

Great interview with Doris-Maria Heilmann of 111Publishing

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Patrick   thank you so much for taking the time today for this author interview. Let’s dive right in:

What inspired you to start writing?
I have written since I was a kid.  I wrote a mystery novel in High School.  My classmates liked the story but it, like everything else, wound up in the circular file cabinet.  Mrs. Ruth Morrisey, an English Lit teacher, encouraged me to write, while my family said I would starve.
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How did you get the idea for the novel?
One day I sat with a pen and paper and just started writing.  Sandy, my wife, was giving a lecture at a seminar so I decided to kill some time.  The more I wrote, the more it took on its own life.  “The Wolf’s Moon” went from a doodling, to a short story and ended as a novel.  I only wrote what…

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