Was recently asked to be interviewed by a fellow scribe of the sci-fi community, Michael Prelee. I had the pleasure of meeting Mike at a book signing last year and it just so happens that he’s also from the Midwest (small world, eh?). Below is the link to the interview and his website. Thank you again, Mike for the Q & A! It’s always humbling when writers get asked to talk about their work.
Joshua (J.C.L.) Faltot is an author and speaker. His first published work, Epiphanies, Theories, and Downright Good Thoughts, was released in 2012 and was a satirical take on the video game generation Joshua grew up in. Since then, Joshua has shifted his focus from satire to science fiction; a change he attributes to his desire to be “more than just another angry voice.” His most recent book, The Road to Mars, is the first in a series of books that will chronicle a future where a fully colonized Mars and the Earth are in conflict.
Faltot has also done a variety of short fiction including The Scientist’s Dilemma, The Color of Soul, and Spirit, Run. This and other books by Faltot can be found through most all online retailers.
Joshua is married with two children and resides in the state of Ohio.
Your novel, The Road to Mars, begins…
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