Read an interview with Paul Mosier over at the YAAR blog.
An interview with author Paul Mosier
By: Michelle Lynn
What are the titles of your work and can you tell us a bit about them?
Completed novels begin with Breakfast At Tuli’s, which I self-published in I think 2013. It’s for grown-ups, and about a young woman with a compulsion to have relations with men she finds pathetic or repulsive. It’s narrated by her pet fish, who is in love with her and who is grappling with the hopelessness of his own situation while waiting for Tuli to find happiness. It’s very sweet when you get past the premise. My second novel is called Genre, but I haven’t done anything with it. It examines the origin of characters and the author’s ability to control them while poking fun at writers, writer’s groups, agents and genre fiction. The third is the first I wrote for a younger audience, and is called…
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