Grumpy Old Gods Volume3 The Boy Who Became a God Meet the Authors

Grumpy Old Gods Vol. 3 Blurb: The Boy Who Became a God by Aletha Wade: Sometimes it takes a lot to become what you will be, and death isn’t always an ending.

Grumpy Old Gods Volume3 The Boy Who Became a God Meet the Authors
Grumpy Old Gods Volume3 The Boy Who Became a God Meet the Authors

Grumpy Old Gods Volume 3

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The Grumpy Old Gods are back in a delightfully spooky edition. Sometimes poignant, sometimes funny, almost always grumpy, cranky, or cantankerous, these modern renditions of aging gods and goddesses will enliven the season and leave you wanting more

What is your favorite fantasy movie of all time? Give us a bit of the backstory about why you loved it.

47 Ronin is definitely one of my favorite fantasy movies of all time. Wow, the storyline is remarkable; the graphics with the dragon, and the cave scene with the demons, and the wolf, are breathtaking, and one reason I love it so much is the poor man, who was a seen as an outcast, is the very man who saves the kingdom.

Little people can do great things. That is what I love about epic, medieval, dark fantasy. One day, with luck, I will be able to write something as spectacular as that.

Grumpy Old Gods Volume3 The Boy Who Became a God Meet the Authors
Grumpy Old Gods Volume3 The Boy Who Became a God Meet the Authors

ABOUT ALETHA

Aletha Wade is a South African-based debut fantasy writer. Her genre-building (dark-epic-medieval-fantasy series), dystopian fantasy, fairytale retellings (for a more mature audience) will one day be published novels she will proud to share with the world. Aletha always has more than a few projects on the go. It drives her crazy, but she won’t have it any other way. Aletha, her family, and furry, four-legged child live on a smallholding.

My humble beginnings.

I spent my youth in Vanderbijlpark, a town that grew up around Iscor, a large steel company. I didn’t go off to college, I was more concerned about living on my own. After high school, I began a succession of rather horrible jobs that have changed my outlook on life. I sold medicines and cosmetics, became a secretary, a marketing coordinator, slaved for a few NGO’s; I even was a waitress to supplement my income. All the while, I wrote scary children’s tales for my sons. Later, my yarns became scribbled notes that filled every drawer of my home.

At all times, though, I was single-minded in my own quest to write full time and one day make money so I could stop working in the corporate environment (toxic for gentle souls) for a salary. So I continued working at my various careers, and then finally writing, (and the joy it brings bubbling in my heart), became a larger and larger motivation to quit. I resigned from my job, and now I blissfully write full time.

I am super grateful every day that I get to do what I want to do, and I remain positive I’ll soon make a living from my novels. Whenever the pressures life makes me irritable, I just think back to the time I worked for a woman who wanted me to cut her lunch into bite-size pieces, and I suddenly feel much happier.

Heaps happier.

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Grumpy Old Gods Volume3 The Boy Who Became a God Meet the Authors

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