June 3, 2015

10 Questions With Bestseller Roy Huff

Roy Huff is a kind of modern-day Renaissance man. Not content to study one topic at school, or even two, he got five degrees in four different fields, while working several full-time jobs, AND is the award winning author of the international bestselling epic fantasy series Everville. The first tome in the series, The First Pillar, has the hero of the saga, college student Owen Sage, find himself thrust into another dimension, Everville, a world far different from our own yet somehow intricately linked to it. Now, after having penned four successful books in the series, Huff's carved out some time in his busy schedule to answer a few question.

June 2, 2015


War, a massacre of people who do not know each other, for the profit of those who do know each other but do not massacre one another.
Paul Valéry
French author, philosopher, and poet.

"The German Tango" by Louis Raemaekers.
Raemaekers (1869-1956) was a Dutch painter and cartoonist who was fiercely opposed to Germany. His cartoons (such as the one seen here) led him to be tried for endangering Holland's neutrality. And though he was acquitted, he nevertheless had to flee to Britain when the Germans placed a 12,000 guilder bounty on his head.