What Inspired Wages of Sin?
by Dave Ewans
Throughout college and graduate school, I could never find the time to write an entire novel, even though I’d held that ambition since I was a child, but my lack of time didn’t stop the narrative from slowly piecing itself together in my mind. Erick’s character grew and lived in the back of mind for seven years before I began committing his story to paper. I thought about what kind of person he would be, how his ability would shape his behavior. I considered what kind of people he would surround himself with, and what kind of relationships he would form. I nurtured and developed Erick Rider until he was three-dimensional enough to begin living on his own, romping around, having adventures in my dreams and day-dreams.
After earning a Master’s Degree in English Literature, I decided to broaden my horizons, going from earnestly studying books to maybe writing one of my own. When I sat down to write, Erick’s character sprang to life, ready to manifest on paper and have a fully formed adventure.
About the Book
Author: Dave Ewans
Genre: Epic Fantasy/Science Fiction Dystopia
Length: 475 pages
Release Date: June 10, 2015
Synopsis: Retro-cognition is the ability to see events that took place in the past, but in his seventy years of life, Erick Rider has never heard that term applied to what he can do; he doesn’t simply see the past, he reads memories, and along with his adoptive mother—a woman possessed of her own unique gifts—Erick finds himself drawn into a convoluted murder mystery that revolves around the corrupting combinations of power and fear, vengeance and sorrow, hope and resigned despair.
WAGES OF SIN
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