The Two Gay Geeks had a chat with Walt Wright who has written Brimstone’s Knight, a book about dragons among other things. It is the first book in a trilogy that he is writing. We chat about how he got into writing, what precipitated this story and book, as well as his other projects he has going. This interview is part of our Pride Month Celebration.
About Walt Wright
W. Wright, the author of Brimstone’s Knight, resides in a small rural community located within the foothills of North Carolina. Surrounded by solitude and vineyards, he focuses his time on writing, as well as painting; he is also an award-winning artist. As a pre-teen, he became an avid reader. After taking a creative writing class during his senior year in high school, he began to write short stories for his friends and family. The idea for Brimstone’s Knight came about from his experience with organized religion, his unquenchable thirst for knowledge regarding the Knights Templar, the love of mythical dragons, and, like most people, his experience of life and love.
About Brimstones Knight
Eric has just moved back into the old Hampton family mansion. He is totally unaware of the recent tragedy that had transpired in his hometown. At its source is an unspeakable evil that is rapidly growing worldwide. It’s not until he hears the voice of that thing in the forest that he realizes his destiny. He is to command a new breed of modern knights, and they ride upon dragons. As the knights assemble, Eric finds himself falling deeply in love with one of them. Now, he must not only protect the world from what is coming but protect his new love as well. Religion, politics, friendships, and unmentionable power will shape their lives in unexpected ways. After many trials and battles, Lord Commander Eric Hampton becomes sure of one thing above all things, love always wins!
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In our second segment we chat about two movies that are currently out in theaters (spoiler free), those being Toy Story 4 and The Dead Don’t Die. We give a little shout out to Chuck and Donna Tomasi for hosting the annual Technorama Pool Party (that came with the house) as well as some fo the folks we saw and fraternized with while there. We also highlight recent articles posted to the tggeeks.com in the past week. As always we have our birthdays and we have the ever popular feedback segment.
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Show Notes / Links:
- TG Geeks Episode 222
- TG Geeks Episode 225
- TG Geeks ConCast WhedonCon 2019 Episode 3
- TG Geeks chat with Gene Turnbow of Krypton Radio
- TG Geeks Chat with Barbra and Bryant Dillon of Fanbase Press
- Movie Review: Tolkien Is Not a Portrait of the Artist
- Erin’s Arcade of Words Reviews The Sequels #4 – The Final Chapter
- Festival de Cannes: Special Coverage | The American Pavilion presents Jumper Premiere
- Festival de Cannes: Special Coverage | Julie Sisk, Founder of The American Pavilion – Interview
- Ben’s Breakdown | Avengers: Endgame
- Dr. Zombie – Monster Family Physician #52
- Ben’s Breakdown | The Dead Don’t Die is a zombie movie that will have you questioning your sanity.
- This Week In Home Entertainment: Captain Marvel (Blu-ray Review)
- Ben’s Breakdown | Late Night is a movie that fails to talk or laugh.
- Ben’s Breakdown | Toy Story 4 is like a defective toy out of the box.
- News Sushi #66: Morsels of News from Japan and Beyond
- Hick’s Picks | Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones Restored
- Five Questions With…Chris Rathbone
- The Arkle Times Post Dispatch News – The Human Arkle on Twitter @arkle — Be sure to take a look at Arkle’s other venture: Arkle Studios presents Shameless Cash Grab
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