Thank you, GJ Stevens, for finding the time to interview me.
GJ: Where do you get your inspiration from for writing fantasy novels?
PC: Since I was little, I’ve been obsessed with all kinds of mythology, which helped me create my own magic words and mythical creatures. When it comes to the worldly aspects of my novels, I’ve drawn from my semi-nomadic lifestyle. My debut, Deception of the Damned, weaves through the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Spain, and Portugal, which are all countries I’ve lived in. My upcoming novel, The Priest of Orpagus, takes place mostly in Turkey, where I also spent a year as an English teacher.
GJ: What do you find is the most challenging aspect for an author in the fantasy genre?
PC: Actually, if you have a good imagination, fantasy is probably the easiest genre to write. After all, magic worlds are endless and eternal, and you are free to make your own rules on how…
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