C.D. Gallant-King wrote his first story when he was five years old. He had to make his baby-sitter look up how to spell "extra-terrestrial" in the dictionary. He now writes stories about un-heroic people doing generally hilarious things in horrifying worlds.
On this blog he talks about whatever's on his mind: writing, books, movies, Canadian history, professional wrestling, podcasts, tabletop gaming.
He's self-published two novels, Ten Thousand Days in 2015 and Hell Comes to Hogtown in 2016.
C.D. has also written eight novels you haven't read, because they're still locked in The Closet. The Closet is both a figurative and literal location - it is the space in his head where the stories are kept, but it's also an actual closet under the stairs in his basement where the stories are also kept. It's very meta.
He's a loving husband and proud father of two wonderful little kids. He was born and raised in Newfoundland and currently resides in Ottawa, Ontario. There was also a ten-year period in between where he tried to make a go of a career in Theatre in Toronto, but that didn't work out so well.
You can follow CD Gallant-King on Twitter @CDGallantKing
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CD Gallant-King can be contacted directly right here