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About the author***

The Raven’s Doctor likens himself to a weaver; his computer is the loom, and the words are the threads. Every day, without exception, the Doctor weaves his tale throughout. Additionally, he will examine his work closely to make sure there are no visible nicks or crevices. He aims to make the reader feel as though they are a fly on the wall witnessing the action take place in real time. What more could The Raven’s Doctor want for? He will also weave his book such that it may continue beyond his death for future generations.

BREW Question: Did you love reading books when you were little? Why or why not?

Author’s Response: No, I despised reading when I was younger and was more interested in math, but as I got older, manga helped me change my mind about reading. I no longer have a passing interest in arithmetic and can now read with the best of them.

BREW Question: At what age did you start reading books? What were your best memories of that time?

Author’s Response: After being introduced to manga when I was around 13 years old, I became obsessed with reading. My favourite manga reading experience was finishing Bleach’s final arc.

BREW Question: What was the first book you loved reading? Why?

Author’s Response: The unofficial Naruto guidebook was my first favourite book. I cherished reading it aloud to people and pointing out all the errors and erroneous assumptions it contained.

BREW Question: When did you first think about writing your first book? Why?

Author’s Response: Two sparks of inspiration lit my fire. My first inspiration came when I was in middle school and wrote a fantasy short story that both professors and students adored. When I initially started high school, my second spark came in the form of a senior. While other students were intimidated by what I wrote, she was the only one who genuinely appreciated it, which inspired me to keep writing.

BREW Question: What was the greatest obstacle you’ve encountered when you were writing your book? What made you overcome it?

Author’s Response: The biggest obstacle I had to overcome was finding the money to publish my book, but fortunately, my institution was willing to help me out by giving me a loan.

BREW Question: What pieces of advice can you give aspiring authors? What worked for you?

Author’s Response: The key is persistence; keep moving forwards, honing your art, and producing something lovely you can display to the rest of the world.

BREW Question: Who are the authors or what are the books that had the greatest influence on your own writing? Why?

Author’s Response: My greatest influences include Kugane Maruyama, Tite Kubo, Hiromu Arakawa, and Hidetaka Miyazaki.

BREW Question: What are your current or future writing plans? What can readers further expect from you?

Author’s Response:

To continue the Creation of the Inevitable series.

More details

“Creation of the Inevitable” book site

Author’s Patreon site

By The BREWer

As a caterpillar goes out of its dark cocoon, grows its wings, and flies high up in the sky, I acknowledge my role in the entire process of the written word's metamorphosis through The Chrysalis BREW Project. I believe that beauty and goodness exist in everything and everyone - may we let that emerge and shine in each word we read, concoct, write, or share.

One thought on “Meet our Author: The Raven’s Doctor”
  1. I love the weaver metaphor. And I had never met an artist who was good at math. Well, da Vinci, of course, but a living one. I love manga as a visual art form, so I wonder how this genre would influence literature. Fascinating!