Rob Gushue (under pen name J.d. Rebel), is a former wresting scriptwriter, who has written tv-sitcoms and short film scripts for the Australian market. Currently he resides in Eastern Canada working in his chosen profession as a chef, and fully retired from the wrestling industry. He loves writing in the horror genre, but does have a very strange sense of humor, and comes up with some wild ideas out of nowhere to make people laugh. He loves his kendo stick, and always loved the sound it made when cracking it over someone’s head in the wrestling ring. Approach with caution, unless you are carrying a coffee….
Q&A With J.D.Rebel
Q: What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
A: A full bladder and the sound of my coffee pot gurgling it’s gooey brown liquid goodness.
Q: When you’re not writing, how do you spend your time?
A: With the love of my life going for romantic walks or just watching movies with her.
Q: When did you first start writing?
A: It started in senior high when I took a creative writing course, and my teacher encouraged me to keep writing.
Q: What’s the story behind your latest book?
A: “Endgame” is a story of one man who is plagued by demons that guide his life through the good and the bad times. They issue warnings to him in his dreams and he is left to decipher them before events come full circle.
Q: What motivated you to become an author?
A: I was always a script writer, and decided to try my hand at writing novels.
Q: What are you working on next?
A: Currently working on “Endgame”, then starting up “Detergent Z”
Q: Who are your favorite authors?
A: Stephen King, Michael Slade, Huxley, Homer