Nicholas C. Rossis’s Interview With Kasper Beaumont

Nicholas C. Rossis

Avid reader. Web developer. Architect by training, holder of a PhD in Digital Architecture from the University of Edinburgh. Now, author.

Nicholas loves to write. His first children’s book, the Runaway Smile, is currently being illustrated. Mad Water, the third book in his epic fantasy series,Pearseus, will be published on July 15th, 2014. He has also published The Power of Six, a collection of short sci-fi stories.

He lives in Athens, Greece, in the middle of a forest, with his wife, dog and two very silly cats, one of whom is always sitting on his lap, so please excuse any typos in his blog posts: typing with one hand can be hard…

Book Title: The Power of Six


Genre: Sci-Fi short story compilation
Publish date: 2014

Interview summary:

Nicholas is a very engaging author. He talks about the success he’s been having with his best-selling Pearseus fantasy trilogy and also a children’s book he is working on.

His newest work is ‘The Power of Six’ and he tells about the short sci-fi stories it comprises and the interesting fact of their actually being seven stories, not just the six you’d imagine. It’s a great tale. He gives us a special bonus by including one of the short stories, entitled ‘The Hand of God,’ which is Nicholas’ favourite one. He tells us the character in the story he enjoys the most and shares perhaps a little too much information, but it does make you laugh.

His interview reveals some great insights into his life and interests, including a very humorous conversation he has quoted with his mother about his work-life. She seems to think he does something very different at work, which must make life interesting.

If I am ever in Greece, I am definitely going to look up Nicholas, for he sounds like quite the character himself. In the meantime, have a read of his interview and check out his great novels.

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