J.S. EarlsLamp Post Publishers welcomes author, J.S.Earls. Biography: J.S. EARLS is a multi-media author and editor whose diverse credits include a series of interactive stories for the National Geographic Channel, graphic novel adaptations of several Ted Dekker bestsellers, editing Lamp Post’s Manga Bible series and creating the critically-acclaimed Pistolfist series.  He lives in the Tampa Bay area with his wife Daisy and their two children. Did you enjoy Choose Your Own Adventure books as a child? Do you have a tween or teen, or still like to try your hand, see what would happen if you decided to go one way instead of another? Then The Realm Unseen is for you… “If cannot see something, does that mean it doesn’t exist?” Realm Unseen Audio Trailer From National Geographic gamewriter J.S. Earls comes the dynamic interactive thriller FictionAddict.com calls “a must read for anyone seeking the ultimate storytelling experience.” Based on the audio game and inspired by a classic, author J.S. Earls welcomes you to a world of wonder.  A world where YOU are the star of the story and you alone hold its fate in your hand. Unlike other interactive adventures, every decision you make is — literally — a matter of life and death.  This also means there is only one way to “win”. Oh, yes…and you also happen to be blind. So prepare yourself.  You’ll need every ounce of strength and ingenuity you have to survive — not to mention uncover the Secret of the Century! Welcome to the deadliest day of your life.  Welcome…to THE REALM UNSEEN. We had the opportunity to sit down and discuss the book, and find out a little more about this exciting story. It is our pleasure to introduce you to J. S. Earls. 1. The book is modeled after a longtime favorite: Choose Your Own Adventure (CYA) Stories. What inspired you to write in that format?  What was the most difficult/rewarding part of that project? I always loved interactive tales like Choose Your Own Adventure books and role-playing games.  I’m really a cross-genre kinda’ guy, so I also appreciate media that (successfully) incorporates multiple formats. The most difficult aspects of writing in a format like this is that it has to be so “choice” driven.  And, while that’s very different from being character or plot driven, I did try to infuse a lot of those elements as well.  As a “responsible” writer, you also tend to make the moral choices the correct one.  However, that really makes things easy and, honestly, a little boring.  So I mixed it up.  Just because you make the right moral choice, doesn’t mean it’s the safe choice.  Like firefighters, police officers and soldiers, sometimes the correct moral...