Interview 1. I know you’re a teacher so how much of an influence did that have on your decision to write Chasing Prophecy? Teaching is the reason this book exists. The kids are based on bits and pieces of lots of former students. I wanted to write about young adults transforming 2. Did you allow …
Author Archive: James Moser
The author works with high school students because young adults inspire him. As such, he wanted to write about teenagers transforming themselves to overcome obstacles, which is what he watches them do every day. This book’s mission is to entertain adults while inspiring teens. The result is “Chasing Prophecy,” a story about love, loss, redemption, and monsters. Boo Radley is the author’s all-time favorite literary character, which is how the Seattle-area legend of Bigfoot entered “Chasing Prophecy”. The author lives in Seattle with his beautiful wife and lively eight year old son. When he’s not reading and writing, or talking about reading and writing, he’s watching too much television and snacking on frozen treats from Trader Joe’s. Man, those things are good.
March 15, 2014
This was a coming of age story that had elements of romance, and although I have read plenty of books with similar themes, it was nothing like what I am used to reading.