Michael Phillip Cash is an award-winning and best-selling novelist of horror, paranormal, and science fiction novels. He’s written ten books including the best-selling “Brood X”, “Stillwell”, “The Flip”, “The After House”, “The Hanging Tree”, “Witches Protection Program”, “Pokergeist”, “Monsterland”, “The History Major”, and “The Battle for Darracia” series. Michael’s books are on the Amazon best-seller list and have also won numerous awards. Additionally, he is a screenwriter with 14 specs under his belt. Michael resides on the North Shore of Long Island.
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About the Book:
The Battle for Darracia Books I, II, and III, are now combined into one epic novel! On the planet Darracia, an ever-widening social gap between its inhabitants is causing turmoil that is fracturing a once peaceful world. Struggling with his identity, nineteen year old Prince V’sair must harness the power of the elusive Fireblade, the secret to a warrior’s heart, in order to overcome his uncle Staf Nuen’s lust for supremacy. Will the energy of the Elements guide the young prince to his true destiny or will Staf Nuen conquer Darracia?
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- The Battle for Darracia: Books I – II – III is available at Amazon
- Pick up your copy at Barnes & Noble.
Would you call yourself a born writer?
What was your inspiration for The Battle for Darracia?
I wanted to write my own Star Wars, Lord of the Rings and Avatar.
What themes do you like to explore in your writing?
Acceptance, tolerance, and hope.
How long did it take you to complete the novel?
It was three books in one, so approximately 6 months.
Are you disciplined? Describe a typical writing day.
Very disciplined. I’m up at 6am, and my research and development is from 8am to 4pm. Google is my best friend. I cook dinner for my family. Eat, play time, etc until 8pm. Tuck the kids and wife in. I write from 830pm to midnight every day.
What did you find most challenging about writing this book?
Honestly, nothing. I had a ball creating my own universe.
What do you love most about being an author?
The freedom to explore and create your own worlds. Nothing is off limits.
Did you go with a traditional publisher, small press, or did you self publish? What was the process like and are you happy with your decision?
I self-publish all my own works, however I just got an agent so he is shopping two of my best-selling novels to major publishing houses. No more self-publishing for me, as of now.
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