“The story was born of lost, regret, introspection, identity, life, death, cycles, bonds and self-discovery but more importantly a promise. Shanti and Reno both reflect those concepts through their own journeys. For instance, the curses Shanti and Reno bear are personifications of their plights.”
Thank you to the lovely Sissy Lu for having me as a guest today. Here I go into detail of how the novel came to be and who inspired me to write it. Be sure to take a look and don’t forget to enter the giveaway!
J.D. Woodson was born Chicago, Illinois in 1992. He grew up in Palos Park, a quiet suburb southwest of Chicago. During his early years, J.D. gained a fondness towards poetry and continued to writing it through primary school and high school, winning small awards for his work. He would attend Columbia College Chicago with intent to major in poetry, however he shifted his focus and major to Fiction Writing due to his love for storytelling. After his sophomore year, he would take a leave of absence to study outside of the workshop method he was taught and gained experience as a ghostwriter which his projects spanned from fiction to non-fiction. To read more about J.D., you can visit him on his website.
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