It was my pleasure to interview Terrell L. Bowers, an Avalon author with whom I was previously not familiar. I think you'll find his answers as interesting as I did. Interesting ... and prolific. Wait until you see how many books he's written! Amazing!
I grew up playing cowboy -- had my own Welsh pony by the time I was 7 or 8. I used to ride him in the field, get shot by invisible bad guys and fall off. He would stop and wait for me to get back on and we'd ride after the baddies until they shot me again. I kept right on playing cowboys until I got married. Knowing my wife would frown on me playing around at getting shot by the neighbor kids, I began to put my ideas into print. The difficult part of inspiration now is that, after 70+ books, it's hard to come up with new ideas or characters.
That's a lot of books. You obviously enjoy writing. What part of of the process do you find most satisfying?
What other authors do you especially admire?
What do you do when you’re not writing?
Good answer. Good luck with Requiem for an Outlaw. Good luck to your daughters, too. I imagine you're one proud dad. Thanks, Terrell, for taking time to answer my questions.
To find Terrell's books on Amazon: http://amzn.to/Mb7jyr
If you'd like to know more about him, check out his blog: http://www.terrelllbowers.wordpress.com