Michael Pryor

Why do I write? Because it’s fun. Because I like creating something that I’m in control of. Because it’s like being an explorer in an unknown country, finding my way through the dense undergrowth of plot and the uncharted wildernesses of character. Because I always figured that I could do what those writers I read did. Because I get to meet other writers. Because of the thrill I get when I see my name on the cover. Because of the thrill I get when someone says, “I liked your book”. Because there are important things to say. Because reading’s important. Because I want reading to be seen as a viable alternative form of recreation. Because it’s an urge to tell a story. Because it’s part of a long, long tradition going back to the dawn of time and I felt its call. Because the people at Random House are so good to work with...

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