Monday, June 20, 2016

The Reclamation: Interview with Thorn Osgood, author of 'The Reclamation'



Thorn Osgood was born in Thomasville, Georgia, and grew up in South Florida. During her grade school years, her father read her stories that fed her imagination. Through the years, she has traveled many times to that special place in her mind to imagine fantastic yarns and what ifs and she has finally started to write them down. This is her debut work. Thorn currently lives in Crawford County, Georgia with her Mittelschnauzer, Raskoph, and his stray cats, Grayball and Tweeky.

His latest book is the scifi fantasy, The Reclamation.

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About the Book:

Corilan, 25, is an IT project manager by day, and spends her free time involved in ecological organizations endeavors. When her long-absent negligent father, Nolan, wants to see her she’s annoyed. Finally, she decides to see him and despite the friction over his absence, from that meeting her life evolves. Nolan tells her of his birthright, an environmental organization, the School of Ancestral Guidance (SAG) and its members having ancestral guides. This clarifies Corilan’s gift, a voice inside, something she has never revealed. Knowledge of SAG feeds her obsession against environmental destruction.

Then an invisible entity, Earthos, manifests itself to her and proposes assistance in uniting people that want earth preservation. Years, she has been seeking a way to unite conservationist factions and still has no solution. Inspired by her inheritance, she accepts Earthos’ proposal and infuses with him. Then, she joins the SAG organization. From her infusion, she soon discovers abilities, among them lightning bolt generation, mind reading and control.

Armed with powerful abilities and her ancestral guide, Corilan must take an unexpected path. Then she discovers who her real enemies are and must find a way to defeat them.

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  • The Reclamation is available at Amazon.
  • Pick up your copy at Barnes & Noble.
  • The book is also available at Kobo.
  • Read a preview of his book at his website.
  • Discuss this book at PUYB Virtual Book Club at Goodreads.




What first inspired you to write or who inspired you?

For many years, I scribbled notes and scenes but never produced a finished story. Finally, I decided to spend my lunch hours at work writing as a way to relieve stress. It helped with job stress and became my passion and obsession, but I was still writing story fragments. Then, one day in the midst of several thoughts crashing together in my mind, an idea began to form.

Do you take notes when reading or watching a movie?

Not usually, but on some occasions I have noted a profound phrase that grabbed my attention.

What hours do you write best?

The best writing time for me is between 5am and noon.

How often do you write?

I usually write six to seven days a week.

Are you an avid reader?

Yes, I listen to audiobooks daily.

What are you reading now?

I am current reading the prequel for the new Preston & Child release.

What are you currently working on?

I am currently working on The Ephemeral Passage, book 2 of The School of Ancestral Guidance Saga, and revisions for Waning Chance, book 1.5.





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