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Author Interview: Jesse Jordan

Today I am interviewing Jesse Jordan, author of the new epic fantasy novel, The Graverobber’s Sword. 

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DJ: Hi Jesse! Thanks for agreeing to do this interview! 

For readers who aren’t familiar with you, could you tell us a little about yourself?

Jesse Jordan: I’m just this guy, you know? Just an average book-loving Canadian dude.

DJ: What is The Graverobber’s Sword about?

Jesse: Oh man. If I had to narrow it down to a simple answer, I would say it’s about overcoming obstacles, especially when the obstacle in question just happens to be yourself. Who hasn’t gotten in their own way?

DJ: What were some of your influences for The Graverobber’s Sword

Jesse: If I had to narrow it down to just a handful, I would have to a little bit of every RPG game I’ve played and a dash of all fiction books I’ve ever read. I realize that’s a BIG, BROAD ANSWER and isn’t at all specific (or helpful for someone reading this) but it’s true. 

DJ: Could you briefly tell us a little about your main characters? Do they have any cool quirks or habits, or any reason why readers with sympathize with them? 

Jesse: The main cast is a little big, so bear with me here!
Kera No-Clan: a barbarian living in exile. She has almost zero scruples, and does whatever she thinks is best for herself at any point in time.

Will Decker: an illusionist who has a bit of a problem with alcohol and a bigger problem keeping what’s real and what’s not separated.

Smith: is an artificer with an anger problem and a lot of baggage, but so long as his daughter is safe, that’s all that matters.

Enaurl: is Smith’s mechanical construct companion, a punch-happy robot in the shape of a beautiful woman.

Voldani Solreki: is a god-blooded scion, a descendant of the god Perrus who has been tasked by the church to keep Kera in line. 

Brenno Hornbuckle: is a retired adventurer turned pawnbroker who finds himself embroiled in the whole ordeal of the book against his will.

Zephelous: an ancient talking sword. It sees the potential in others, and believes that Kera could be a great hero… if only it could convince her to not be such a shitty person for a day or two. Continue reading

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