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10 Questions for author Alex Vorkov

Reblogging this because it didn’t get enough eyeballs when I first ran it, plus I just finished reading the book and it rocks, man! Vorkov has written a post-apocalyptic nightmare novel that basks in tough realism and forces you to feel, hear, smell, taste, and see what life would be like after the proverbial shit hits the fan. The kids are definitely not all right! Check out “Awkward Stage” here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M04T745


awkward-stage-small-coverClick cover for a sample

Today I have the pleasure of sitting down with post-apocalypse dystopian author, Alex Vorkov, to talk about his new novel, Awkward Stage. This is Vorkov’s first novel, so please check it out at Amazon and read an excerpt by clicking on the cover above.

1.  Congratulations on your new novel, Awkward Stage. It looks like a Young Adult, dystopian, horrorfest with underworld neofascist zombie overtones. Am I close? (And by the way, I notice that customers who viewed Awkward Stage on Amazon also viewed Murder in White Lace: A Bridal Shop Mystery. Compare and contrast, if you would.)

You are not that close, but it was a lovely try! Awkward Stage is a young adult novel for adults. It has all the profanity and graphic violence sadly missing from The Fault in Our Stars. Let’s call it AYA (Adult Young…

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3 comments on “10 Questions for author Alex Vorkov

  1. avorkov
    November 18, 2016

    Thank you, again, Mr. Brennan! If I do a paper version, can I steal part of that statement above for a back cover blurb?

    • Kevin Brennan
      November 18, 2016

      My pleasure, Mr. V! And you’re welcome to pull a quote from this or from my review on Amazon …

      • avorkov
        November 18, 2016

        Much appreciated!

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