About C.N. Faust


Official Blurb:

C.N. Faust is a trans male writer of LGBT fantasy and horror who spends his free time working on way too many projects at once and roleplaying with his wife.

And now for random fun facts…

Name… C.N. Faust short for … Cyrus Narcissus Faust

Hails from… North Carolina

Birthday… July 8th (I’m a Cancer, y’all)

Relationship status… Married and poly

Sex… Trans male

Orientation… Pansexual

Children… One, Michael Armand.

Affiliations… Foul Brood Publishing

Favorite authors… Laurell K. Hamilton, Richard Lee Byers, R.A. Salvatore, Stephen King, Anne Rice, George R.R. Martin

Favorite TV shows… Desperate Housewives, Game of Thrones, Sherlock, Doctor Who, Black Butler, Death Note, Ouran High School Host Club, Toddlers and Tiaras, True Life, Catfish.

Favorite movies… #toomany

Longhand or computer… Computer, long-hand gets to be too jarring if I get excited.

Facebook or Twitter… Facebook. Facebook. Facebook.

Writing or procrastinating… Hmm. Tough choice.

16 thoughts on “About C.N. Faust

  1. Thanks for a great book (The Dragon’s Disciples) really super special, I’m already waiting for book 2 The Heretic Priest, and if I may have a little request, please (prety please) make this book as long as possible, for just the facts one goes to the obituary section of any newspaper. Thanks again and break a leg (you know what I mean) Cheers, Marta

    • This note brightened my day! I am glad that you enjoyed The Dragon’s Disciples, and I hope that The Heretic Priest is just as entertaining. Thank you for taking the time to drop by and let me know your thoughts. 🙂

      – Cy

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  3. Well okay, this started as just me taking a gander and walking away, but then I took a gander (first thing I checked was the submissions for the magazine) and decided I needed to read everything. So that’s where I’ve been the last hour! Just reading through your posts and feeling like a total creeper. Sorry, Cyrus.

    Well no, actually, I’m not sorry. I’m intrigued. Makes me want to buy a kindle so I can grab your book(s), to be honest, or at least follow along and see what you do next. It has been a bit of a trip. I’ve been blogging a little while, at least. Anyone who knows me also knows that I have a terrible track record when it comes to keeping up with the people I follow, but there it is.

    Anyway, really just stopped by to say hi and ended up following anyway. I’m behind the ‘torment your characters’ policy, at least lately. All of my stuff has taken a turn for the dark.

    So this is my wave, from one writer to another. Maybe the next story I write’ll be submitted to you, insteada up for freesies on my blog.

    That’s all I got! Talk at you sometime I’m not running late!

    • Hello,

      I am glad you stopped in to take a look around! I’m glad that all of my posts are not too terribly boring. 😀 And happy to see my work sparks your interest! I know the magazine would love to hear from you in the future, as well.

      My boys are none too happy with the “torment characters” policy. They like getting written for and they like receiving gobs of sympathy, but they don’t like having to work for it for some strange reason.

      It’s great to meet a fellow author! I’ll be sure to keep in touch. 🙂

      – Cy

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