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Neil Perry Gordon

Neil Perry Gordon
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Neil Perry Gordon achieved his personal goal as an author of historical-fiction with his first novel--A Cobbler's Tale, published in the fall of 2018. With over fifty four and five star reviews praising the story and his writing style, he released his second novel--Moon Flower the following year. In the fall of 2019 the metaphysical fiction sequel to A Cobbler's Tale--The Righteous One was published.

His creative writing methods and inspiration have been described as organic; meaning that he works with a general storyline for his characters and plot, rather than with a formal, detailed outline. This encourages his writing to offer surprising twists and unexpected outcomes, which readers have celebrated.

His novels also have the attributes of being driven by an equal balance between character development, and face-paced action scenes, which moves the stories along at a swift page-turning pace.

Ready for 2020, Neil Perry Gordon once again explores the historical-fiction genre with two new novels: Hope City and The Bomb Squad.

Hope City is the first in a series chronicling the 1898 Alaskan adventures of the protagonist--Percy Hope. While The Bomb Squad tells the World War 1 story of Max Rothman an American patriot, protecting the homeland from the German spy, Dr. Harold Schwartz.

The author has attributed his love for the creative process from his formative years spent learning-to-learn at the Green Meadow Waldorf School.

Readers can learn more about Neil Perry Gordon, by visiting his website and blog at: NeilPerryGordon.com

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Hope City: The Alaskan Adventures of Percy Hopeby Neil Perry GordonPublish: Jun 20, 2020Series: Book OneHistorical Fiction
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The Bomb Squad: Clash of The Patriotsby Neil Perry GordonPublish: Apr 01, 2020Historical Fiction
A Cobbler's Tale: A Novel
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A Cobbler's Tale: A Novelby Neil Perry GordonPublish: Oct 16, 2018Historical Fiction
Moon Flower: A seventeenth century tale of a young man's search for the Great Spirit.
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Moon Flower: A seventeenth century tale of a young man's search for the Great Spirit.by Neil Perry GordonPublish: Feb 12, 2019Historical Fiction

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    Hope City: The Alaskan Adventures of Percy Hope - Published on Jun, 2020

Neil Perry Gordon interview On 27, Jun 2020

"A passionate storyteller from an early age, Neil Perry Gordon began his writing career with his first novel - A Cobbler's Tale, published in the fall of 2018. History was always a subject he loved. His joy of art and fiction writing was kindled during his education at the Green Meadow Waldorf School. Mr. Gordon uses short chapters, interesting characters, and just enough detail to keep you intrigued."
Where have you spent most of your childhood?

The suburbs of New York City, in the village of Monsey.

What did you study in college? Was history your favorite subject in school?

I have a degree in Marketing. History was always a subject I loved. Storytelling began as a passion of mine from an early age.

Why did you choose the historical fiction genre?

It began with A Cobbler’s Tale, which told the story of my great-grandparents. This was the catalyst into the genre, plus I love reading historical fictions as well.

What motivated you to achieve your personal goal as an author of historical-fiction in 2018?

I’ve been searching for an outlet, besides my career in the interior design business, to express my need for creativity.

What fears did you have while publishing your first novel - A Cobbler's Tale?

That I wasn’t a good writer.

How did you begin writing the Tales of the Cobbler series?

I researched what it was like to live in a shtetl in Eastern Europe in the early twentieth century and the journey these Jews undertook for a new life in New York City’s Lower East Side.

Why did you decide to write a sequel to A Cobbler's Tale--The Righteous One?

I wanted to explored the metaphysical fiction element of one of the characters in A Cobbler’s Tale.

What challenges did you face while writing a series chronicling the 1898 Alaskan adventures?

Trying to imagine what life was like in a remote mining town one-hundred and twenty-two years ago.

Who inspired the character of Pincus Potasznik, a Jewish cobbler in "A Cobbler's Tale"?

He was my great-grandfather.

Did you expect over fifty four and five star reviews praising your writing style?

Never did I expect to receive the positive reviews and comments from readers. It’s been a wonderful experience.

What inspired the story of your second novel - Moon Flower?

My son Max who was studying Indigenous Studies in college.

What kind of advice would you offer to budding writers out there?

When you come to that wall, also known as the dreaded writer’s block, break through it. Don’t give up.

Criticism, whether constructive or otherwise is part and parcel of any art form. How do you deal with reviews of your books- both positive and negative?

It depends. Any thoughtful review, positive of negative requires an opportunity to learn from and to improve upon.

How has your writing schedule changed during the quarantine?

It’s been a tremendous help. I’ve had all day, without distractions to write.

When did you first join AllAuthor? Has this site been useful to you? Do you have any feedback?

A few years ago. I appreciate your services and individual attention to each author, as proven by engaging with me with this request for an interview. Thank you.

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