1. When did you start writing?
I started around 2011 during my freshman year in college.
2. What motivates you to write?
One part is simply catharsis and is to inspire others with my novelty.
3. What genre do you write in and what made you chose this particular genre?
I write fantasy and coming of age fiction. I chose these two particular genres because I was always captivated by otherworldly elements like spirits and alternate dimensions. I enjoyed psychological development of characters and how they choose their lives in any given social system.
4. What is your goal in writing? Do you have dreams where your writing should take you?
I would like it to eventually become a movie or a series.
5. Do you ever suffer from writer’s block and if yes, how do you deal with it?
6. What advice would you like to give new, hopeful authors?
Believe in yourself and never try to be like another writer
7. Please, tell us about your work.
My series is about a young boy named Narvix who undergoes a journey across dimensions to discover his origins and change the fate of his own race forever.
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About the author:
Dayron Maxwell is an author who writes fantasy and coming of age books. He is currently working on a series that will span six books. His hobbies include writing, traveling, and occasionally a good movie.
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World of the Chimera (The Adventure of Narvix Book 2) by Dayron Maxwell
The Battle of New York has become a catalyst for many things. The hatred for Narvix, Mia’s alienation from human life, two teenagers a nascent understanding of their father’s goal, and the life of all intertwined with the nature of the Arzos. As Narvix’s power begins to frighten him, He journeys to a city hidden in another planet to learn about his heritage. Yet, what of the lives ultimately affected by him? What of the mothers who holds the corpse of her winged child, horned children praying for a peace muffled by brooks of blood and dying men? What of an old foe who vowed to destroy Narvix and the rest of his family? In the second book, Narvix must prepare for an inevitable conflict by immersing himself in a world shaped by the lives that he has neglected.
Those Who Swallowed God (The Adventures of Narvix) by Dayron Maxwell
Life is hard when you got red skin, scimitar-shaped horns, and twitter labels you as a Section 8 archangel. Life is even harder when your psychotherapist dismisses the choir of angels fluttering outside your gate as a form of psychotic depression.
When divine judgment wears a tailored suit and leads an army of winged humans, Narvix’s mundane life of retro PC gaming and afternoon snoozes during fourth-period calculus erupts into a roller coaster of dodging lightning bolts, facing a flaming woman, and preventing genocide from reaching his street address.