Interview with John Hornor Jacobs

Interview with John Hornor Jacobs Hello John. Thanks for joining us. Happy to be here. You are just about to have your first novel published by Gollancz, The Incorruptibles. For those who don’t know, can you tell us a little about the novel? The Incorruptibles is a story about two auxiliary legionnaires working as scouts in a wild, untamed wilderness called Occidentalia, also lovingly referred to...

Gail Z. Martin Interview

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We have talked to Gail Z. Martin about her latest release Deadly Curiosities. Can you tell us a bit about Deadly Curiosities and what your fans can expect? Deadly Curiosities takes place in historic, haunted Charleston. Welcome to Trifles & Folly, an antique and curio shop with a dark secret. Proprietor Cassidy Kincaide continues a family tradition begun in 1670 – acquiring and neutralizing...

Tom Doyle Interview

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We have talked to Tom Doyle, author of American Craftsmen. Can you tell us a bit about American Craftsmen and what we can expect?  American Craftsmen is a modern-day fantasy of military intrigue. The craftsmen of the title are magician soldiers and psychic spies descended from some of the founding families of the country. Two craft soldiers from rival families, Dale Morton and Michael Endicott, and...

Interview: AJ Dalton

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Questions for AJ Dalton Hello Adam. Thanks for joining us. You’ve just had the third of your books in ‘The Chronicles of a Cosmic Warlord’ series published, Tithe of the Saviour by Gollancz. For those who don’t know, can you tell us a little about the series? It’s set in a medieval empire in which the people are forced to live in fortified towns. The walls are guarded by Heroes, whose...

Interview with Stephen Hunt

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  UK cover 2014 Interview with Stephen Hunt Been looking forward to this one for a while! Here we interview author and website owner Stephen Hunt as his new novel and the first of a new series is released.           For the benefit of those not familiar with your new novel, In Dark Service, can you tell us a bit about it? The first thing worthy to note, I suppose, is that...

Christopher Priest Interview

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Last time we spoke it was on the release of your previous novel, The Islanders. Does The Adjacent share any common heritage? The Islanders and The Adjacent have more in “common” with each other than with some of the others, because at the beginning I was writing them in tandem: I worked on one during the days, and the other in the evenings. But even then the impulse to do this was because...

Jaleigh Johnson Interview

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Jaleigh Johnson’s  first book for middle grade readers is The Mark of the Dragonfly. Her novels for the Dungeons and Dragons Forgotten Realms fiction line include The Howling Delve, Mistshore, Unbroken Chain, Unbroken Chain: The Darker Road, and Spider and Stone.   Can you tell us a bit about The Mark of the Dragonfly? The Mark of the Dragonfly is a story about two girls who couldn’t...

Interview with Brian McClellan

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Brian McClellan’s debut novel, Promise of Blood released last year to great acclaim (including this review by Rob Bedford). The second installment of The Powder Mage Trilogy which it launched is set to publish On May 6 and the book has already gone to a second printing.  Brian’s now got one published book under his belt and on the shelves and was kind enough to take some to answer a few...

Jay Posey Interview

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Jay Posey is the author of the Duskwalked series. We’ve talked to him about his new book Morningside Fall. For the benefit of those not familiar with your Legends of the Duskwalker series, can you tell us a bit about it? It’s a post-apocalyptic Western with cyberpunk elements.  In the first book, titled Three, a lone gunslinger named Three reluctantly agrees to escort a dying woman, Cass,...

Freya Robertson Interview

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We’ve talked to the author of The Elemental Wars series, Freya Robertson who has just released the second book in the series called Sunstone. For the benefit of those not familiar with The Elemental Wars series, can you tell us a bit about it? The Elemental Wars is a traditional epic fantasy series in many ways—it has a recognizable quasi-medieval setting with castles and knights, it features...
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