Goodreads asked P.J. Kelley:

What’s the best thing about being a writer?

P.J. Kelley The act of writing, completing, and publishing a book taught me what it takes to do this. It also gave me a little bit of confidence in my ability to see a project through to the end. Of course, there is some therapeutic value as well, which should not be discounted.

The most gratifying aspect, as reader myself, is when people read the book and come away with the catharsis I was trying to create. It is a way to communicate with other. Even if they read the whole book and don't like the message, they still have read the whole book. My dream is to have some positive impact on society by getting people to put on the glasses and see the world through the lenses of The Zombie World Order.

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