Is going digital.
R. G. Bullet Hits Bull's Eye
Debut young adult author is here to stay and take readers on an unforgettable trip with: The 58th Keeper
The Windsor Police
The Windsor Police are keen to find a young suspect. Any information that leads to the arrest of a boy who was seen "bolting across the gardens"
after the daring robbery of Mr. Blakey last Thursday night will be eligible. The whereabouts of the suspects is of grave concern to Deputy Chief Constable, Stephen Brown.
"Tension and suspense. Magic and mayhem. Mystical and wonderfully creative. Impressive and inventive. This is a series kids will be adding to their list of must reads!"
-Internationally bestselling author, M.J. Rose
Incredible, Inventive and Invisible: A Q&A session with
The Windsor Times: We just finished the galley for The 58th Keeper. It’s been a while since any of us read an adventure that is that fast paced with so much in it. It’s a mix of mystery, suspense and hilarity. The NYTimes bestselling author, M.J.Rose describes the story: "Tension and suspense. Magic and mayhem. Mystical and wonderfully creative. Impressive and inventive. This is a series kids will be adding to their list of must reads!". A great endorsement: Did you always want to be a writer.
RGB: Thank you. I remember being inspired to write by some great novelists when I was younger, but the thought of actually being a writer and making a living seemed remote. Although I kept writing I never thought about seriously getting any stories out there.
The Windsor Times: What are some of your earlier stories about?
RGB: The very first full length story is buried in a garden somewhere in England because it was so terrible. While my friend and I were hitching around Europe, aged sixteen, we wrote in relay form with the alternating chapters getting progressively more shocking. If I recall it was a very gruesome tale about a Baron who owned an island. Anyone who visited as a tourist were harvested by a thrasher machine...and their organs used for re-sale. It'd make Stephen King shudder. (And that's just the grammar). I proudly showed it to my mother when I returned. After just a few pages her hands dropped to her lap and she looked at me aghast.
The Windsor Times: Sounds like a good read. That would do well in today’s Dystopian wave with such books like: The Hunger Games.
RGB: I am enjoying reading Suzanne Collins’ work at the moment, but if you’re hinting at me to dig up my story--there’s no chance. The worms got to it long ago.
The Windsor Times: How long did it take you to write The 58th Keeper?
RGB: It took me about two and half years. I write by the seat of my pants so-to-say. I’m not big on outlines so it wandered a bit at first till I found my voice. Although I know I how the story will end--getting the first book completed has been an experience.
Incredible, Inventive and Invisible:
An Interview with R.G. Bullet
A world wide experience and many travels sparked the debut novel by R.G.Bullet with, The 58th Keeper. We get a rare chance to catch up with this British expat in his new home in Miami.