The Chronicles of the Twin Angels: The Awakening (Author Interview)

The Chronicles of the Twin Angels looks like a great book.  What can you tell us about it?

Thank you, I think it looks pretty snazzy as well!  This story has been retold many times in my head. It was a constantly changing story that started with a daydream while watching Ben 10 as a kid and spiral in what it is today. Two best friends discovering their heritage of being descendants of twin Angels that locked up the devil after his fall from heaven.


Any plans to turn it into a series?

Yes, it will be a series, in fact I have a spin off series I’ve been plotting out and a prequal that takes place possibly in the roman times.


That’s an amazing cover.  Can you tell us about it?

The cover was done by a digital design artist from Facebook. She was proficient and listen to my rambles. She took it all in stride and gave me the best cover I could of ask for.


Can you tell us a little about Seth?

Seth is a introvertish teen who loves anime and always wanted to shine as a brave hero. He never cared too much about what people say about him, but you should never speak ill of his love one, don’t be a Jon!


What scene did you have the most fun writing?

The scene I think I had the most fun with was the battle in the woods. I must have rewritten those tens of times because of how many different ways I had it going in my mind, I am a sucker for jokes and battles.


Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing The Chronicles of the Twin Angels?

I believe the most challenging thing about writing this book is the same problem I have with writing in general.  I will have point A  and C all wrote out but it can be tricky writing B out properly to have it merge with  C with no bumps. That is the most time consuming, making sure everything blends smoothly.


What do you like to do when not writing?

I love to smoke meats whenever I have free time. Whether it’s a 4 hour cook or a 18 hour one I’m all in. I love spending time with my family and playing made up games with my kids that I can never seem to win at!


Where can readers find out more about your work?

You can check out my socials on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Just type in Mark McDaniel!