I have recently had the pleasure of having an interview done by one of the bloggers over at Adrenaline Vault, a great indy game review/information site. I was able to express how a lot of my writing is inspired by or parodies video games. Since gaming has been such an important part of my life, it’s great to be able to focus on trying to get the word out to that audience that I think will enjoy the Toonopolis Files series.
Here is a small excerpt from the article:
“One of the most interesting twists on the book’s concept is that the cartoons in Toonopolis exist in the same realm as humans, and are permanently linked to them. For example, if I were to draw a doodle in my notebook, that doodle would then exist in the Tooniverse so long as I, the creator, still exist. The bond between cartoon creations and sentient beings is a recurring and interesting theme that separates Toonopolis from other cartoon-based works, such as Who Framed Roger Rabbit?”
Check out the whole article here: A chat with Toonopolis author Jeremy Rodden. Also, keep an eye on Adrenaline Vault in the coming week or so for a contest or giveaway of free copies of Toonopolis: Gemini.