Gabbler was recently interviewed on Ginger Nuts of Horror. Take a peek:
To many writers, the characters they write become like children, who is your favourite child, and who is your least favourite to write for and why?
My favorite character is the cat in our novel. Cats and gods and Automata get along quite nicely, as you’ll see.
Least favorite is a character named Mecca. Mecca is a little turd of a character that only served as a vehicle for our Narrator to explore Peter Pan Syndrome. I wanted to cut him out, but B.L.A. would not let me. I still don’t understand it.
Do you have a favorite line or passage from your work, and would you like to share it with us?
“Leeland doesn’t kill people. They kill themselves. They triggered their own fate.” That’s a passage from B.L.A., there. It’s about a man who is too moral to kill people, yet they find ways of ending up dead all the same.
Can you tell us about your last book, and can you tell us about what you are working on next?
The Pre-Programming is volume número 2 of the CIRCO series. It picks up right where The Automation left off. It’s sprinkled with just as many exploding heads—yet with a dash of suicidal cannibal, possessed young girl, and gladiator sport.