2.15.2014

James Glass Answers 5 Quintessential Questions

Welcome back for another great installment of 5 Quintessential Questions, where I pose my specially designed silly queries to some of our favorite independent artists. Up this week is James Glass, author of the Metatron Mysteries! The second volume in the series, THE DISPOSSESSED, just released from Sekhmet Press, and Mr. Glass was kind enough to stop by and grace us with his arcane presence.

See? Arcane.

You found a surprise ten dollar bill in the dryer. How do you celebrate this magnificent windfall?

By eating dinner.

You wake up and realize the apocalypse has just happened. What do you have for breakfast?

Coffee and a box of donuts, because it’s the apocalypse and my physical appearance is no longer an issue.

It's 3am and you hear a knock at the door. When you open it, you see a penguin standing here. He's wearing a bandolero, a cowboy hat, and a fake mustache. He seems to know you. Why is he there?

Because Xircon got drunk with it and they took the train to my house to irk me.

Which super villain are you most like?

Lex Luthor

Someone offers you a million dollars to write the greatest slash fiction story of all time. Give me your elevator pitch.

After looking up the definition of ‘slash fiction’, my pitch would be as follows:
The story is an erotic look into the mechanics of love between man and machine: Geordie LaForge and Data. It will be titled ‘Fully Functional’.

Thanks for stopping by Mr. Glass! I will be sure to check out 'Fully Functional' once it's up for sale! It will be, right?

BIO:
James Glass enjoys his privacy, but frequently finds that he plays an unwilling host to Xircon. When not visiting red light districts of red light cities, he can frequently be found contemplating life in the seediest of libraries.

Find James Glass on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JamesRGlassII



THE DISPOSSESSED by James Glass
Book 2 of The Metatron Mysteries

Playing host to the voice of God can be a strain, and as John Smith is discovering, the source of many hangovers. Add to that a missing demon, and it's one hell of a week.