So who is Stephen B. Pearl? He is a lifeguard, husband, mystic, science enthusiast, home handyman, backyard mechanic, and writer. Like most of us the face he wears changes with the company and the season. His three cats know him as the pride alpha, I like to think so, though servant might be more accurate. Who is he kidding? His wife runs the pride; “I just try and stay out of her way.” He says.
At any rate, I am a man of middle years who lives in a house in Ontario, Canada with three cats, a wife and a sincere hope that you will enjoy my book. This week,
Stephen B. Pearl steps into the Spotlight on Authors.
About writing …
When did you first realize you wanted to become a writer?
I think I started taking it seriously when I was twenty three. I was always a story teller.
What book(s) has most influenced your writing?
My writing, Marvel comics (many titles), The Harry Dresden Wizard for Hire books by Jim Butcher, the collective works of Frank Herbert and The Odyssey by Homer. My life, Lord of the Rings by J. R. Tolken.
When and where do you prefer to write?
Is it warm? Yes. Is it dry? Yes. Does my laptop have power? Yes. I’ll write. Heck, I’ve worked on writing in a freezing car between teaching Mad Science extracurricular sessions. Continue reading