Author Interview – Athanasios

It’s my pleasure to welcome Athanasios to the Author Interview.  I know Athanasios from Indie Writers Unite, and he is a great supporter of indie authors.  Let’s start with a few questions and then we’ll get to his books…

How long have you been writing? and how many books are available?

I’ve been writing for most of my adult life.  I’ve got two books available, the first being Mad Gods and the second its sequel, Commitment.  They’re both part of a larger and wider story called Predatory Ethics.

What genre do you write in?

I write in occult/horror/historical fiction. Cross-genre would be the easiest description.

What advice do you have for authors?

Write and write some more. Write what you would like to read.

What’s one thing you want your readers to know about you?

I’m really quite normal.  I expunge and exorcise most of my darkness onto my work.  I’m not a Satanist and I don’t follow any form of religion.  I’m just interested in all of them.

Thanks Athanasios!  You can also purchase Mad Gods and Commitment at Smashwords.

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About Renee Pawlish

Author of mystery novels, thriller novels, and horror books. Check out Nephilim Genesis of Evil, the Reed Ferguson mystery series, the Noah Winter adventure series for young adults, Take Five, a short story collection, and The Sallie House: Exposing the Beast Within. Renee also offers writing lessons and writing strategies in the Writers Workshop. Twitter: Facebook: Blog: Goodreads:
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