Globes Disease by Lance Oliver Keeble

Jodi cover by MC jpgA novel about werewolves told from the werewolves’ perspective…

Jodi and her friends all suffer from the same affliction. Each of them must deal with their struggles in their own personal way.

These unfortunate residents of the small quiet town of La Mort Douce must band together as a mysterious Vampire threatens their peace, Hunters who treat them like wild game and a Government Agency with promises of a cure.

With many more threats looming, this eclectic group must come together to achieve a common goal.

They must fight for their humanity or die alone, like animals.

Globes Disease is a thrilling action-packed novel about Lycanthropy through the eyes of 7 brave souls who suffer from the disease.

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LOK by MDR emailLance Oliver Keeble is an American Author based in Los Angeles, California. At a very young age, he fell in love with Art, Music, Acting, Writing and American Football. He participated in all of those activities throughout his young life. After a brief stint at CSULB, he became a firefighter to support his burgeoning family. He has performed in many bands, acted in various plays, low budget commercials and continuously practiced his prose by writing lyrics, poetry, and short stories.

He is a fan of Horror, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Action, Thriller, Comic books, Graphic Novels and other various forms of fiction. His diversity shows in his work. He has easily been able to be prolific at poetry, short-story writings, children themes, comic book scripting as well as novels. He has published poetry in anthologies and a superhero comic strip in several magazines. He has a graphic novel in development. His interests have led to his current novel Globes Disease.

Lance Oliver Keeble was born raised and continues to live in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter. Lance is a Father of 7 children and a Grandfather of 4. Lance Oliver Keeble aspires to never grow up and to write for the rest of his life.

Some of his favorite authors include; Joe Nazel, Orson Scott Card, Stephen King, Stephen R. Donaldson, Piers Anthony, Anne Rice, Tananarive Due, Steven Barnes, Chuck Palahniuk, John Byrne, Frank Miller, Howard Chaykin, Dwayne McDuffie, Edgar Allen Poe, Homer & Dr. Seuss.


Get to know Lance:

1.    What is your favorite genre and why? Science Fiction/Horror. I have always been intrigued by the fantastically impossible. Aliens and Predator are great examples of that.

2.   Which Authors inspire you? Edgar Allen Poe and Dr. Seuss mostly, I also draw my inspiration from other places as well, athletes, different entertainers, Prince.

3.   So, what have you written? I’ve been in quite a few poetry anthologies, written a forward for a good friend and author, Marie Antionette, Had a Super Hero comic in a trade mag for three years. Now I have my novel Globes Disease.

4.   What are you working on now? The prequel is done I just need it edited and I am writing the sequel at present.

5.   What are your thoughts on the current state of literature? The current state of literature to me is similar to the music and movie industry, its part of the corporate machine and the machine doesn’t like change. But literature is evolving; to me the indie industry is what helps the mega conglomerate industry evolve. Its symbiotic, we need one another, Yin and Yang.

6.   What are your ambitions for your writing career? That’s tough to say. Monetary success is a good indication of how many people buy your product. Reviews and adulation is an indication that your work is beloved. I am in the middle, I want to build a fan base, be they a 100, a 1,000, 10,000 or a million people. I want readers who love my work and will follow my growth journey, making the work iconic. Does that make sense? I rather readers be impacted by my work, I myself prefer to be secondary to it. Isn’t making a living doing what you love every person’s life goal?
      7.   How do you find time to write? I write all the time. Back in the day I was scribbling on napkins, post-its, etc. Now with technology, I can text myself, email myself or directly work on a document from my phone, laptop or desktop. As far as schedule, once I commit myself to finishing something, I will try to work in the mornings, if I am working than late at night. But often what happens is I will drop my youngest one off at school and find a coffee shop, cigar shop, the beach or back home and pound away at the keys until I am done or out of time.
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