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Bio for Damian J Clark
I was born in Pennsylvania in 1975. Life as a Marine brat was fun and full of new people and places. My imagination was always my greatest gift and weakness, hard to pay attention when your off saving the world. I enjoy a good story though, and had a lot of fun writing. I also enjoy great music of all types, a little song, a little dance and a lot of romance. If you're not having fun, you are only alive.
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Shade of Dark Moon
Book 1: Spirit Bound
By: Damian J. Clark
Conflict between Vampires and Werewolves has become agitated by the disappearance of a Shaman’s grandson, and a Vampire’s new toy.
H.M Wolf had no idea any of this existed in his life of undercover CIA operations, but when an accident in the mountains of the Northwestern United States leaves him bound to the essence of the Shaman, he finds out fast.
Unfortunately, Wolf already has a powerful essence with another purpose asleep within him. The primal nature of the wolf and the dark urges of a Shade quickly become more than any man can handle, but he isn’t just a man.
Now Wolf is in a world of Supernatural powers and Immortals who know more about the world than he does and everyone has an agenda.
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Shade of Dark Moon - Book 2
Awaken The Hunters
By: Damian J. Clark
Continue with H.M. Wolf as he discovers more truths, his and theirs.
The real hunt begins as he tires of playing this game on others terms, and he unleashes the true beast that is known only as Wolf.
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Interview with Sirens
1: When and why did you begin writing?
I don’t have a specific date of when I started writing. I’ve been writing poetry and telling stories for years, but in 2014 I got inspired to write Shade of Dark Moon. I write because I enjoy telling stories and expressing my Passions of life.
2: When did you first consider yourself a writer?
I first considered myself a writer when I saw that someone I didn’t know bought my book.
3: Do you plot out your books on paper? Or seat of your pants?
I do plan out a little by talking out loud to myself when I drive or do work, don’t write much down until I am writing, so seat of the pants often.
4: Are experiences based on someone you know, or events in your own life?
I have put a few of my personal experiences in the story and some of myself in the characters, but for the most part I try to keep it fantasy.
5: What books have most influenced your life?
Green Eggs and Ham is the most influential book in my life, it taught me the most important lesson.. “how do you know if you don’t try”
6: If you had to choose, which writer would you consider a mentor?
The most reading I have done per one author is Kim Harrison, I did really enjoy all her work and style of writing.
7: What are your current projects?
I have several projects going right now;
•Dark Savior: a story of Angels and Devils fighting the age old war for Earth, but with a twist as a half-breed wages war on them both to protect a young girl.
•Nature and the Beast: another Paranormal Romance but told a different way in a new world of the supernatural. More about the intrigue and politics of Vampire and Shifter society
•Munchkin Mafia: A dark comedy about an organized crime family of Leprechauns trying to take over Las Vegas.
•I Did What?: A new Erotic fantasy about a man who moves to a new city and while meeting new people at a BDSM club inadvertently dominates the Vampire Mistress of the club and is pushed into the local politics.
8: Do you see writing as a career?
Yes I see definitely would love to make a career out of writing.
9: Is there anything you find particularly challenging in writing?
The most challenging thing I have found in writing is trying to catch the female perspective of things. Fortunately I know a few who help me out
10: Who is your favorite author and what is it that really strikes you about their work?
My favorite Author is Dr. Seuss, his abstract mind always made me smile.
11: Do you have any advice for other writers?
My advice to other writers is never stop writing if you love it.
12: Which of your books do you like the most?
My book I like most is Shade of Dark Moon book 1, Spirit Bound… that is where it has all really started for me.
13: Do you get nervous when you publish a book?
I do not get nervous when I publish a book, I do get excited though. It’s a lot of work, and publishing means I feel it’s good enough to call done.
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What I do to relax:
listen To music