Welcome to another Tueday evening with Journal Jabber!
Tonight, we have another great guest for you all to learn some new and wonderful things about! Brett is the author of several books along with a smattering of short stories that are sure to make you question your sanity.
Tonight, we will be talking about his three full-length novels, That Which Should Not Be, The Void, and Haunted in Tuscaloosa. I want to make sure that we discuss what's it's like to be an award-winning novelist and the difference it must be between his regular 9-to-5 and being an author.
From his Amazon author page:
A native of the South, Brett Talley received a philosophy and history degree from the University of Alabama before moving to witch-haunted Massachusetts to attend Harvard Law School. When people ask, Brett tells them he writes for fortune and glory. But the truth is the stories in his head simply refuse to stay put. Brett loves every kind of fiction--from horror to literary to historical to sci-fi--as long as there are fantastic characters with a compelling purpose. There's still magic to be found in fiction, the mysterious and the unknown still beckon there, and the light can always triumph over the darkness, no matter how black the night may be.