Jeremy Bach will release his sixth book,“Tales of Terror,” an illustrated seven-story collection of stories for young adults, on April 3
Bach’s other titles include “If You Need a Ride” and “Studio Days,” a collection of stories, poetry and artwork.
“Writing, for me, has become an important creative outlet,” Bach said. “When I start writing, I have no idea how the story will end. I just allow the characters and storyline to evolve on their own; most of the time I’m there just for the ride.”
Bach has written poetry for several years and performed readings; however, short stories are a new endeavor. He released “Kya: A Daddy’s Diary” to chronicle his struggles with his daughter’s cancer diagnosis in September 2015. Now, he has two fiction and one nonfiction titles to his credit.
“This is only the beginning for me,” Bach said. “I’m going to keep writing, because there are too many ideas I have not to keep writing, rhyming, painting or snapping away. The one hope I do have for the writing is that these stories become as successful as my other pursuits. I really enjoy sharing my art with everyone.”
When not writing, Bach can either be found in front of an easel painting or behind the lens of a camera. His paintings have been exhibited in Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Beverly Hills, California; San Diego; and New York City. His photography has appeared on gallery walls in Los Angeles, Dublin and Athens, Greece. He was named among 100,000 of the most influential living artists of the world by artfacts.com.
Bach plans to publish a second “Tales of Terror” in the winter or in spring 2021. His new book can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other major retail sites for $15. Readers can find the book locally in spring 2021.
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