Today, I’m visiting with Bill Leviathan, the author of Set Me Alight, a conspiracy thriller. Tell us a little about yourself, Bill.
I’m a twenty something kid who thinks a little too highly of himself, trying to see if there’s any room for me in the crowded world of fiction writing. I write what makes me happy, and pray it won’t cause too much pain to anyone willing to read it.
Set Me Alight occurs in a dystopian world where the U.S. economy has collapsed. Work is scarce and the protagonist Pete travels west to fight forest fires, only to find himself embroiled in the politics of a mining town. Where did you get your inspiration for each angle of the story?”
I have a friend who until recently was bumming around the country, moving from place to place working crap jobs. A few of my other friends and myself…
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