Welcome Chris Redding to my blog with her new release, DESTINY OF A GARGOYLE, Book One of the Series, “When Gargoyles Love.”

Destiny of a Gargoyle

Donal Foley was born in a time when magic ruled the Earth.

Gargoyles protected fairies from goblins. His family was a group of elite gargoyles who were assigned to protect a specific fairy. His father’s dereliction of that duty cursed his sons to become stone and wait.

Now reawakened in the twenty first century where no one believes in magic how is he going to convince his fairy that she is one and that she is in danger from a goblin?

He must do that without falling in love with her.


I’m a personal fan of gargoyles. 🙂 I have two in my office atop my desk that look down on my while I write. Let’s get to know Author Chris Redding better . . .

Do you have any strange writing habits (like standing on your head or writing in the shower)?

I listen to music. Specifically I listen to video game soundtracks when I write. They are designed to help you focus.

If you could cast your characters in the Hollywood adaptation of your book, who would play your characters?

Colin O’Donaghue would play the hero. Emma Stone the heroine.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

Invited to do a workshop at Comic Con. The one in San Diego. They would have to ask me because my paranormal characters are so beloved by man at that point.

Is there one subject you would never write about as an author? What is it?

I would never write about the abuse of a child. I just can’t. Not in any context.

Have you ever gotten into a bar fight?

No. I grew up in a pretty dysfunctional house and the upshot of that is that I have great instincts. I know when trouble is coming and how to stay away from it.

What secret talents do you have?

I can juggle. There is a picture of me juggling while doing tree pose.

What was the worst job you’ve ever held?

I was a dumper for a newspaper. This was many years ago and my job was to “print” out the classifieds. The paper then had to go through a photo processing machine. Sometimes light leaked into it and I wouldn’t know until the ads came out the other end. Smelly chemicals and a crappy boss made the job even worse.


Gosh, even the name of that job sounds bad – a dumper! And having a crappy boss is never good.

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