Today's One Word Interview comes from author J. Lloyd Morgan. Welcome to the writing chair!
You're stranded on a desert island. What's your must-have item?
Good choice! Not much to do besides read, huh?
You've been plunked into your latest book. Weapon of choice?
You'd triumph for sure!
Which historical figure would you most want to have lunch with?
Wow. Just think of the questions you could ask. Awesome. (In every sense.)
You're characters are coming over for dinner. What are you serving?
*snickers* We all need a little of that.
What fictional world would you most like to live in?
Now, that sounds interesting!
Thanks, J. Lloyd!
Author J. Lloyd Morgan is an award winning author and television director. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in Communications and a minor in English. He is currently working on his Masters degree in Creative Writing. Morgan has lived all over the United States, but now resides in North Carolina with his wife and four daughters. Aside from writing, Morgan is an avid reader. He’s also a huge fan of baseball and enjoys listening to progressive rock.
He is the author of the anthology of short stories, observations and insights called “The Night the Port-A-Potty Burned Down and Other Stories” His published short stories include “Howler King,” “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day,” “The Reluctant Wanderer” and award-winning “The Doughnut.”
His next novel, “The Mirror of the Soul”, was written in conjunction with international recording artist Chris de Burgh and is scheduled for release in April of 2013.