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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Angel Omega Imprisonment by Brandon Godbee Blog Tour


After struggling for several long months, Jason and Sarah Wyatt are expecting a healthy baby boy. How could they have known that the young child growing in Sarah's womb is the banished soul of the youngest archangel of heaven? His crime is so unspeakable that it seems unreal. The archangel Gabriel has sworn to watch over him, for he alone knows the truth about why the archangel Omega would defy his eldest brother, Michael, and bring the Antichrist before God. Could one act of kindness save the darkest of souls?

Brandon Godbee resides in Houston, Texas with his family. After graduating from high school, Brandon’s creative spirit and love of singing drove him to major in music. Angel Omega: Imprisonment is Brandon’s first work in writing and he is currently working on Angel Omega: Shattered Soul the next installment in the series.

”What would you like to tell everyone about you that they wouldn't already know from reading your books?”
I was a vocal performance major while going to college and wanted to be a teacher! Things change!
Can you tell us your latest news?
I am currently thinking of Renaming my next book!
”When were you first bitten by the writing bug?”
Three years ago I just sat down one day and started writing. I could never explain it fully because I used to make Cs in composition in College!
When did you first consider yourself a writer?
I still don’t consider myself a writer and I really don’t think anyone will ever convince me I am. I am telling a story I have been given and once it’s done I plan on blowing a lot of people’s minds!
What inspired you to write your first book?
I don’t really know. I sat down one day and started writing a story I didn’t quite understand and until four months ago I didn’t know how it ended but now I wish I could squeeze my head out into a book so I can get it out!
Do you have a specific writing style?
Block things out first, and sprinkle your characters in and let them act the way they do! There have been sometimes I REALLY wanted a chapter to move one direction but when my characters were placed in the book took a beautiful turn!
How did you come up with the title?
My title doesn’t mean what you think. Angel Omega really means “The Last Angel” but I had to make it all fancy!
“what do you want your readers to get out of your novels?”
“Sometimes the soul you save might be your very own.”
“Children do not choose their parents; they simply learn from them and choose to be more.”
No matter who you are, or where you’re born you can choose to be more than you are or more than you are condemned to be.
“Is the book mostly fantasy or do you think these situations could actually happen?”
Well if half the stuff happens in the books to come I REALLY hope its fantasy!
Now I love music just as much as reading, I normally listen to music while I am reading. Do you think that you characters have theme songs? What would they be?
To many characters to list… but one I know Damien: Daughtry’s Undefeated 
“Are the experiences fact based or from your imagination?”
I can see my angels in my head every time I close my eyes so they all exist in my imagination… or at least I hope.
What are your current projects?
Angel Omega Shattered Soul (Book 2)
 Do you see writing as a career?
Currently I am making no money off of it but I can really hope I could write for a living because getting lost in my imagination is awesome!
If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in your latest book?
Nope… well I’d make Damien a little more of a smart ass!
Can you share a little of your current work with us?  Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?
Book two will end in Anger, Tears, and Sorrow and there is only one soul on this earth who knows what happens at the end of book 2 and I will never say her name! Finding the time to write!
Who designed the covers?
It was an image taken from three different pictures and combined into one.
What was the hardest part of writing your book?
Understanding that I was going to take the most notorious character in every horror movie ever created and turn him into a good guy… and make it Believable!
“What did you learn from writing your book?”
That messing around with people’s favorite characters is always makes you want to look over your shoulder!
Do you have any advice for other writers?
Block things out, Know where you’re going with the story, never lose that direction, Make each character in your story unique in their own special way (and don’t deviate from that!), Don’t be afraid to (Shock, Disgust, or Anger) your readers. Find one character in the book and mirror your personality onto them so you can feel like part of the story!
 Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?
That they are the reason I do this, they are the reason I click on reviews and smile every day, that they are the reason I spent all of my savings and went into debt a little to make a story unlike any other! You guys are all so awesome! J
Which comes first? The character's story, or, the idea for the novel?
That’s like the chicken or the egg. For me my story came first and then my character’s manifested themselves from it!
What advice do you have for someone who would like to become a published writer?
You will be rejected, you will be told no, you will cry in your sleep, but don’t you EVER give up! Always see any criticism as a person trying to make your story better. Always be humble and gracious! And thank EVERYONE YOU CAN! 
Is there anything else that you would like to add?
Can I get some fries with that?

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