Thursday, March 22, 2012

Interview with Timothy Sagges, Author of Best Seller

Fifty-year-old actor, director and playwright, Tim Sagges has been tormented by a series of recurring night terrors since 1967, long before there was a name for such a curse. It is only recently that he has found the courage to formulate some of these visions into works of literature. In an effort to purge himself of the unrelenting horror of his dreams, he has created Best Seller, the first in a series of nightmares exorcised from his mind and onto the page.

He is currently the owner of Eye Candy Vision in Philadelphia.

When did you begin writing?

Sixth grade.

What is this book about?

In an act of desperation for fame and wealth, our aspiring writer agrees to allow the “publisher” to make some changes to the story, The Keeper of the Key. As always, the Devil is in the details. The changes that are made to the story add a certain edginess to what had been intended to be a children’s story, ala Harry Potter.

Nationwide, children embrace the book. They seem to inhale every word, so much so that they become the characters in the story, ala Never Ending Story. Here’s the rub...the story, The Keeper of the Key, does not have a happy ending.

Are you asking yourself, what happens to the legions of the book’s fans? So do the FBI and the CDC.

What inspired you to write it?

As trite as it sounds, a really bad dream.

Where can readers purchase a copy of your book?,,

What is the best investment you have made in promoting your book? 

What is up next for you?
The sequel called, TAPE.

Best Seller web site:

Timothy B. Sagges' Facebook:!/profile.php?id=1069144965

Timothy B. Sagges' Twitter:!/TimSagges

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Price: $14.99
ISBN: 9781456478193
Pages: 326
Release: February 2011

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Tribute Books said...

Cheryl, thanks for hosting Tim for an interview. It was a nice behind-the-scenes look at how an author creates a book.

Cheryl said...

Thanks for stopping by, Nicole. This was a great book. I look forward to sharing my review on the Monday.

Anonymous said...

Interesting interview. I'll stop by on Monday (hopefully caught up by then on my blog reading) to check out your book review.

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