Today I am interviewing Tom D. Wright, author of The Archivist, a new post-apocalyptic, sci-fi novel.
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DJ: Hey Tom! Thanks for stopping by to do this interview!
For readers who aren’t familiar with you, could you tell us a little about yourself?
Tom Wright: Sure. I live in the stunning Pacific Northwest and support my writing obsession with a day job in the IT industry. Although I have worked in technology for a couple decades, I got my Masters degree in Counseling Psychology at Bowie State University. Since I could not afford the huge pay cut to change careers, now I just provide therapy for my characters; but like most clients, they don’t pay attention and just do whatever the hell they want.
My wife and I have a cat who doesn’t listen either, and a small pack of dogs. At least the dogs listen to me.
DJ: What is The Archivist about?
TW: I describe The Archivist as a post-apocalyptic “Indiana Jones” type of story, so you can expect a fast-paced adventure tale, with romance, twists of misfortune and wry humor sprinkled throughout. Continue reading