Friday, December 7, 2018

Starlight Tucker "The Trouble With Dreamers" An Interview with Starlight Tucker by Jason E. Foss

                                                                               STARLIGHT TUCKER

           "I am so impressed with Great Writers.  Some look at a blank piece of paper and see just that.  A great Author looks at that same piece of paper and they see a Portal to that next Great novel.  What motivates some of these creative writers to create 'something' out of 'nothing'?  Well one of my Favorite Authors Starlight Tucker didn't mind at all letting us know what motivates her."

                                                                                                                   Jason E. Foss

Jason:               "What motivated you to write "The Trouble With Dreamers"?"


                           "What motivated me to write "The Trouble With Dreamers" was a genuine love for creative writing. Reading and watching movies persistently fed the inspiration for the content. I wrote the story throughout high school and my first two years of college as a pleasant and relaxing hobby."

Jason:                 "For those that would love to buy your book briefly describe what "The Trouble With Dreamers" is about?"


                           "The Trouble With Dreamers" is a futuristic sci-fi about a faulty piece of technology that causes a man to have dreams and hallucinations about a couple he does not recognize. By the twenty second century, advances in technology resulted in the direct observation of thoughts and dreams through a multipurpose device called the corneal implant. The corneal implant pairs with the connection from the optic nerve to the brain, creating a hands-free world of technology. The C.I. increases productivity and environmental sustainability by replacing paper, thus making the unauthorized use of paper illegal.  Landon Brauns, a CEO of a publishing house, is sent to Brain Analyzation, the psychiatric care system of the future for a supposed malfunction of the C.I. Landon experiences a distorted version of life and love in his own mind, all set in a time far before he existed."

Jason:             "In "The Trouble With Dreamers" who is your favorite character and do any of the characters remind you of yourself and if so why?"


                         "My favorite character is Serena Summer because she is mysterious, ghostly, and gives the book a peculiar presence. Landon reminds me of myself in his detailed dreams. The story was greatly influenced by my own dreams, so that is how I came up with the theme and created Landon's mind to carry the story."

Jason:             "Do you have another book you are working on and if so what can you share with us about it?"


                        "I have a lot of creative projects in my long term goals. I am currently working on a lighthearted romance novel and a suspense about dream walking. I also have a flash fiction titled "Reload" that readers have requested me to continue. At their request, I have began the expansion of that story."

Jason:              "For the people that want to buy "The Trouble With Dreamers" where is the best place to buy it?"


                         "The best place to buy The "Trouble With Dreamers" is on Amazon, available in either paperback or the kindle edition, both which contain samples."


            So Starlight was motivated by her genuine love for creative writing.  She was also inspired by books she read and movies she watched.  Now her imagination and creativity has a life of it's own.  Now she took the mold of all of those great movies and books and now from scratch like pottery clay molds her own great stories.  Book lovers that are looking for a futuristic story that expands the imagination and pulls you in go to and buy Starlight Tucker's "The Trouble With Dreamers"

                                                                                            Jason E. Foss
                                                                                            (954) 743 8670

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