FSFN interview A.R. Silverberry

A. R. Silverberry writes fiction for adults and children. His novel, WYNDANO’S CLOAK, won multiple awards, including the Benjamin Franklin Award gold medal for Juvenile/Young Adult Fiction. He lives in California, where the majestic coastline, trees, and mountains inspire his writing. THE STREAM is his second novel.

Book title: The Stream

Genre: Metaphysical and Visionary


What if your world was six miles wide and endlessly long?

After a devastating storm kills his parents, five-year-old Wend awakens to the strange world of the Stream. He discovers he can only travel downstream, and dangers lurk at every turn: deadly rapids, ruthless pirates, a mysterious pavilion that lures him into intoxicating fantasies, and rumor of a giant waterfall at the edge of the world. Defenseless, alone, with only courage and his will to survive, Wend begins his quest to become a man. Will tragic loss trap him in a shadow world, or will he enter the Stream, with all its passion and peril?

Part coming-of-age tale, part adventure, part spiritual journey, The Stream is a fable about life, impermanence, and the gifts found in each moment.


Interview summary:

A.R. was interviewed by Kasper Beaumont in May, 2014

A.R. talks about his latest novel, ‘The Stream’ which is his second book. He tells us how he developed the unusual concept for the book and also his writing process. His mention of a furry editor will surely tickle the funny bone. A.R. discusses how his other job influences his writing and he certainly seems to have a great balance in his working life and writing. He has developed his own character prompt sheet, although some of his best characters arribe unannounced and take over his novels. He likes to draw inspiration from every day events.

Find out more about A.R. Silverberry in the full interview here: http://huntersofreloria.weebly.com/kaspers-ramblings/interview-with-ar-silverberry-for-the-fantasy-sci-fi-network-fsfnauthor

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