Sometimes, the storyline influences the characters, and sometimes, it’s the other way around.
My Expanded Universe of Fictional Atlanta came about when I realized a character I created for a play I was writing in 2011 was the same individual maligned by the lead character in a novel I had shelved around 2000. That novel, Boom Town, featured a character named David Cairo (pronounced “kay-ro” like the Georgia … Continue reading Author’s Intent: Expanded Universe
Atlanta Stories: Reconstruction. I’m pleased to announce that Atlanta Stories: Reconstruction has been reviewed at Book Review Directory.
14 November 2019: Woodruff Arts Center, Atlanta, Georgia. One of my biggest stumbling blocks in writing is believing a story needs to be more complicated than it does. This almost always relates to the backstory of the characters. I usually know quite a bit about events in the characters’ histories and often feel I need … Continue reading Over Thinking
G. M. Lupo will be the featured guest on the Voice of Indie Podcast hosted by Beem Weeks & Stephen Geez on Wednesday, February 17, at 8:00 p.m. Follow the link to access the podcast and phone in questions for the author.
Reader’s Magnet has featured Atlanta Stories: Reconstruction in their Authors’ Lounge.
I did an interview with Sai Charan Paloju for #SmartCherrysThoughts on YouTube. It’s an opportunity to see how well I respond to questions from half a world away at 6 a.m. Interview with #SmartCherrysThoughts