Red Cover Publishing House



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Skull Mountain

Daymond Gage

About the AUTHOR

Daymond Gage

Meet dark fantasy author Daymond Gage, the owner of Red Cover Publishing House. Born in Boone, North Carolina, and raised in east Tennessee, he still resides in his hometown with his wife, Julia, and his two sons, Darcy and Benson. Daymond's has always been passionate about sharing his love of literature and the gift of imagination. Apart from writing, music has always been a big part of his life, a passion that has in turn inspired his written work.


Daymond Gage's hope is that everyone can experience the joy of using imagination and inspiration to become whatever they desire. He was bullied as a child, and as an adult, he was told his book would never be published. However, he persevered and accomplished his dream of becoming an author. One important quote that he has lived by is, "Life is like a ladder. You just take it one step at a time." This is something that has stuck with his since he was a little boy. He learned this lesson in a talk he had with his dad, and, to this day, he lives by it. It motivated him to write this book. Publishing it is his next step.

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As an author, Daymond is able to be whoever he wants to be and go wherever he wants to go. It's a wonderful experience to use his imagination to write and escape. He has evolved as a writer over the years, starting with short stories and eventually creating worlds and characters with distinct and opposing personalities, including villains. Expanding beyond his early work, he now writes more extravagant and inventive stories full of life lessons and moral messages for his readers.


Daymond Gage is inspired to write by his kids, family, music, and the world around him. A few of his favorite things in life are music, cooking, crocheting, and spending time with his sons. His favorite season is autumn, and he feels inspired to write more in the fall. His kids are a big part of his inspiration; he says, "The smallest of people, with twinkling eyes and semi-toothless smiles are what fill my heart with joy. It is my greatest wish that they find as much passion and fulfillment in something as I have found in writing."