John Morris has stories to tell. His novels are absorbing fiction, which are intense and emotional at times, and funny at others. “I study the Human Species,” he relates. “I share this by writing a rainbow of human emotions. One minute the evocative words may make one cry, and the next, humour dispels the miasma. Good novels, like real life, are a question of balance, and drawing the reader in.”
After months of being given the run-around by dinosaurs of a prehistoric and nepotistic Publishing industry, Morris decided to do it all himself. He now self-publishes on his own fiction book Imprint: Charlotte Greene.
“In this day and age, why should anybody demand submission in printed format, double spaced, and in precise fonts? Get real. I have, and it’s called a computer. Charlotte Greene assists self-publishing authors. I had to learn how to do it, and now I am sharing my experience, and my team: Content Editors, Copy Editors, Cover and Graphic Design Artists, and website experts.
“I am also sharing my written words with readers, and feedback has been fantastic. I’m hungry to write more, and share with others life’s experiences. My books have several levels, but I love it best, when I use words to hide a clue written in plain sight. That is Cristie-esque.”