Tag: Interview

  • Author Voices – Interview with Charles W. Jones


    I recently sat down with the great people at Author Voices to give them a quick interview about writing and publishing. Click their logo at the bottom of this post to check them out. Where are you from originally and where do you reside now? I was born and raised in Shoshoni, WY, and now […]

  • 5 Minutes With Me: An Interview

    A few years ago, I submitted this self-guided interview to a Horror website (I won’t mention names), but for whatever reason, they never posted it; must be backlogged. When I transferred all my blog posts from Bizarro Fiction, I found it in the Draft Bin, so I figured, what the heck, I’ll post it. Could […]

  • Interview for Silver Dagger Book Tours

    Could you tell the readers a little bit about yourself? I grew up in the small-town Shoshoni, WY, and couldn’t wait to get out. Actually, growing up there was OK, especially when I was younger. It wasn’t until my teenage years that I saw how limited it was. I currently live in the Denver, CO […]

  • Interview with Quotes Rain

    1) Short bio or SYNOPSIS here on writing as your passion. I grew up in Shoshoni (pronounced show-show-knee), a small town in the center of Wyoming, which recently was given Ghost Town status. At twenty-one, I explored the United States to discover what it had to offer. After a few months, I always found my […]

  • Author Interview #BestIndieBooks1

    What motivated you to become an author? : I want to share my take on the world, and writing gives me that opportunity. I can show you what I saw, and how I saw it, whether it be a innocent encounter between two people in love to the way the small hairs on my arm […]

  • Interview with Writers Unite

    Taken from Writers Unite Introducing: Charles W. Jones Meet Charles W. Jones. He is a horror author from America who has written novels such as “Dreamwalker: The Second Plain” and “An Unnamed Acquaintance”, which is a collection of short stories. In this interview, we will be focusing on his personal experiences of writing horror, as […]