Author Bio: 
E.L. Giles

Eric, born in Quebec, Canada, began writing music and lyrics at the young age of 15. Seventeen years later, he started writing short stories, from which his debut novel, Birdman, was born. Birdman is the first installment of a series of three books. Forever Morris Publishing, LLC will publish Birdman in 2018 followed shortly by the second and third installments in the series.

For as long as he can remember, Eric has been inspired to tell stories. When he writes music, for example, it's always in the form of a conceptual album. Otherwise, it's difficult for him to connect with the music, making it feel as if he only has a collection of random notes and deconstructed lyrics. He needs the bigger picture; he needs something to make his audience become lost in another world. Eric wants his music to be a whole new experience for anyone listening. The same way, he strives to make his writing envelope readers into the story, making them part of the characters journey. 

Eric is also passionate about cinema. While watching movies or shows, stories and various scenarios build in his mind causing an unquenchable desire to express what he feels about the outlines his brain compiles. Writing became that outlet.

Eric is also tempestuous when it comes to history, and how humankind evolved or didn't, depending on how you look at it. He has always been inspired by strong, negative emotions such as death, sickness, and tragedy which Eric considers to be the strongest ones anyone can feel. He tries to tap into those feelings when he is creating his stories and building his characters. He wants the readers to feel the pain and loss the characters feel as if it were their own.

Finally, Eric is the father of two boys, and a husband although he is not married. He graduated in Mechanical Engineering technology and currently works in the Water Treatment field. His favorite hobbies are to find new projects, which drives his girlfriend crazy. He is always up for something new whether it is building his own recording studio, renovating their home, or writing novels. The list seems to be endless, and Eric's greatest fear is not having enough time to do the interminable tasks he is continuously dreaming up.

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