This is a big day! Why? Well, there's a lot going on: A Wizard's Sacrifice, Book Two of the Woern Saga, will be released just 7 days from now! You can preorder your copy here. Today is the launch of a book tour celebrating the release of Sacrifice but focused on A Wizard's Forge, Book … Continue reading Repetitions—a #BookQW Excerpt
Titling this transcript of my Virtual Fantasy Con interview with Rob Matheny couldn't have been easier, as Rob is the unstoppable force behind the Grim Tidings Podcast and the Facebook Group Grimdark Readers and Writers. The VFC ran on Facebook October 15-21, 2017, and Rob was my fourth guest to stop by my virtual booth for … Continue reading Grim Tidings with Rob Matheny
A very busy couple of weeks has stalled my recaps of October's Virtual Fantasy Con, but at last I've eeked out the time to post my my interview with Mary Woldering, who stopped by my booth on Monday, October 16. Mary is the author of the Children of Stone series, a historical fantasy set in … Continue reading Gods of Egypt and Lucid Dreaming with Mary Woldering
I’m running a series of all the guests I invited to drop by my booth at the Virtual Fantasy Con, which ran on Facebook, October 15-21, 2017. Last week I posted the transcript of my chat with Graeme Ing; this week it’s Edward Buatois’s turn. Ed and I know each other through various Facebook writers’ … Continue reading Angels and Demons: Humanizing Succubi with Edward Buatois
I had guests stop by my booth at Virtual Fantasy Con. Here's a transcript of my discussion with author Graeme Ing.
E.P. Clark's work was so thought-provoking, I had to interview her.
Do you like speculative fiction? Strong female protagonists? Work by A.M. Justice or C.C. Aune? Then tune into the Speculative Fiction Cantina podcast at 6 pm Eastern tonight. My good friend and fellow author C.C. Aune (who wrote my favorite book of 2016) and I will be reading excerpts from our work and talking about fantasy and writing with the podcast's … Continue reading Speculative Fiction Cantina Podcast
Once in a while you run across a kindred spirit on the Internet, someone whose life has followed a path similar to yours. Such is the case with former military brat, cat lover, medical editor, and scifi/fantasy author JL Gribble. She and I even gave our protagonists similar names (hers is Victory, mine is Victoria). … Continue reading Parallel Paths—an Interview with Author JL Gribble