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Vienna Sky by Josh Sinason + Interview

Vienna Sky
by Josh Sinason

Genre: Spy-Fy, YA, Thriller.  
Publisher: Eternal Press
Number of pages: 180
Cover Artist: Dawné Dominique

When the world pushes you to your limits, sometimes your limits push back.

Archie thought making it out of New Jersey was a long shot. That was before an Eastern European mobster wanted to crack open his head to get the secrets inside, put there by a dead spy he barely knew.

The secrets buried in his head will take Archie across the world and into the arms of Rebecca, the girl recruited as the spy’s last asset. She has her own secrets and her own demons buried in her head. Together they learn what they are capable of in a life and death battle for love and justice.

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 Available at Eternal Press
Josh Sinason is a freelance writer working in the Northern Illinois area. His work has appeared as part of Chicago DIY Film Magazine. His past work includes all ages short story romances, A Linger in the Echo and Monaco Dawn.
                                          Q & A with Josh Sinason

1. Tell us a little bit about your main characters.
Archie is a poor kid from a small town in New Jersey, He’s desperately trying to fix things in his life but it’s not working. So when he stumbles on a weapon that can get him anything he wants, something that can fix all his problems and change the cycle he and his family are stuck in what’s he going to do and how royally is he going to screw it up?

2. Describe your ideal writing spot.
My couch, with the ac on after a good workout, maybe a Starbucks green tea or a root beer on the table. I need some room to move around too because sometimes I get up and tell a part of a story like a standup routine. I don’t know why, it kinda helps.

3. Who designed the covers for your book and what was that process like for you as the author?

Dawné Dominique designed the cover after I gave her some references, mostly from movies and things.

4. What is the best advice you have been given?
Recently? Don’t be afraid to make your character a bit of a jerk. Give everyone flaws and punch them in the face as early as possible

5. How do you keep busy when you're not writing?
I love going to old movies at the Logan Theater in Chicago, and I’m actually a huge pro wrestling fan so I watch the WWE network like crazy these days. I’ve been all about Terry Funk today.

6. If you could have any superhuman ability, what would you choose and why?
I wouldn’t hate to have Archie’s abilities in Vienna Sky, it’d be cool to absorbs skills from people, or would it be? Find out.

7. Which do you prefer: hard/paperbacks or ebooks?
I’m a paperback guy. I’m slowly starting on ebooks but hardcovers do look cool on the bookshelf

8. What book are you reading now?
I just started Grace Helbig’s book. It’s a lot of fun and I’m working my way through the works of Graham Greene. The published version of The Third Man with his introduction is a master class in storytelling


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