Featured Interview With Eeron
Tell us a little about yourself. Where were you raised? Where do you live now?
I was born and raised and Cuba. Came from the US pretty young. Continued my life in Miami and I am now pursuing my dream as an published author
At what age did you realize your fascination with books? When did you start writing?
Since I can read I’ve always wanted to write book. I’ve always loved inventing stories and characters.
Who are your favorite authors to read? What is your favorite genre to read. Who Inspires you in your writings?
My favorites authors are from J.R.R Tolkien, to Rick Riordan. Neil Gaiman. Agatha Christie. Many more. I tend to guide myself towards the fantasy and science fiction genre. However, when it comes to reading if a book is good. No matter what genre I will read it.
Tell us a little about your latest book?
Polymath poses a question: How would the world react if the gods from legends, myths, and old poems someday returned to the world? Polymath follows a Planet Earth changed by the return of the gods of myth, from the gods of Egypt to the famous Zeus, Hades, and all the gods of Greek myth. After the gods returned, a war erupted on Earth, so big that it changed the world completely. One hundred and eighty years after the culmination of the war, the story takes place, following the steps of Oroh, apprentice of the Egyptian god of knowledge Toth, and his sister Fable. The twins, born in the new world, with a great destiny ahead of them, go their separate ways when the boy decides to take on an apprenticeship to seek the knowledge of the universe. Only to be united once again when the gods call forth a mystical and ancient ritual to pass on the guidance of the sun to the god Apollo. Tragedy strikes the ritual and paves the way for the journey, both physical and spiritual, that the twins must embark on.
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