New Interviews

Dawn Husted Interview

We’ve talked to Dawn Husted author of the dystopian novel SAFE. For those not familiar with SAFE, can you tell us a bit about it? The characters in SAFE live on an island, surrounded by a large perimeter, decades after the world came to a catastrophic end. The leading character, Penny Evans, is a teenager […]


Shelley Adina Interview

We’ve talked to with Shelley Adina, author of the Magnificent Devices steampunk series. For those not familiar with your Magnificent Devices series, can you tell us a bit about it? The Magnificent Devices books are set in an alternate Victorian age where the combustion engine has flopped as spectacularly as the South Sea Bubble investment […]


Brandt Legg Interview

Brandt Legg is the author of the Inner Movement Trilogy. We’ve talked to him about this as well as future projects. For those not familiar with The Inner Movement trilogy, can you tell us a bit about it? The Inner Movement trilogy: Outview, Outin and Outmove are mystical fantasy thrillers. The series follows Nathan Ryder, […]


Brandon Sanderson Exclusive Interview

We’re very pleased to be involved with Brandon on the release of his latest epic, Words of Radiance, which as we type is Number 1 on the New York Times Bestsellers lists. (Congratulations!) He’s a very busy man, so we were allowed three exclusive questions as part of his UK blog tour. Here they are, […]


Simon Lee Interview

We’ve talked to Simon Lee about The Fall of Mars, a Steampunk novel set in an alternate reality Victorian England. First of all can you tell us a bit about The Fall of Mars?  The Fall of Mars is essentially a steampunk novel. However, I’ve thrown everything I love about science fiction into the mix, […]


K.M. Weiland Interview

We’ve talked to K.M. Weiland who has released her first Fantasy novel called Dreamlander. For those not familiar with Dreamlander, can you tell us a bit about it? Dreamlander is the story of Chris Redston, a discontented journalist from Chicago who begins having strange dreams of a beautiful woman on a black warhorse who is […]


Interview with Den Patrick

Interview with Den Patrick, February 2014 Hello Den. Many thanks for agreeing to this. To start with, what can you tell us about Boy with the Porcelain Blade, your new book? Den: Hey, thanks for having me on the site. The first book of The Erebus Sequence charts the fortunes of Lucien de Fontein as […]


Matthew Mather Interview

Matthew is the bestselling author of CyberStorm and the #1 hit series Atopia Chronicles. He started out his career working at the McGill Center for Intelligent Machines, going on to become one of the world’s leading members of the cybersecurity community. Can you tell us a bit about CyberStorm? CyberStorm is a realistic and frightening […]


Glen Duncan Interview

By Blood We Live, the latest installment in Glen Duncan’s Last Werewolf trilogy, goes on sale February 4th. Randon House had provided us with a Q&A with Glen Duncan about the final installment. Q: By Blood We Live is the third and final instalment of The Last Werewolf trilogy. Did the series turn out the way that you expected […]


Evelyn Ink Interview

We’ve talked to Evelyn Ink, author of the young adult fantasy Ill-fated. Q: For those not familiar with Ill Fated, can you tell us a bit about it? Ill-fated is a young adult fantasy– that honestly, mostly adults are reading. Leila Edgewick has no path to choose, but the one set before her. It is a coming of […]


Susan Ee Interview

We’ve talked to Susan Ee, the author behind the bestselling fantasy thriller, Angelfall (Penryn & the End of Days series). For the benefit of those not familiar with Penryn & the End of Days, can you tell us a bit about it? The story takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where angels have destroyed the […]


Bruce Hesselbach Interview

Bruce Hesselbach is the author of the new steampunk novel Perpetual Motion set in the late 1800s. For those not familiar with your book, Perpetual Motion can you tell us a bit about it? Steampunk is Science fiction set in the Victorian age. Featuring zeppelins and steam locomotives, steampunk novels have traditionally been centered in […]


Alexes Razevich Interview

Alexes Razevich is the author of Khe, a wonderful new world to explore for those who want to read something different and new. For those not familiar with “Khe” can you tell us a bit about it? The title character, Khe, is a young alien female anxiously waiting her first opportunity to mate.  When she […]


Christopher Paolini Interview

We have been so fortunate to get an interview with Christopher Paolini, author of the Inheritance Cycle. The Inheritance Cycle is now complete, how was the feeling when you completed the last book? Was it difficult to actually write the ending? I didn’t think it would be difficult; I knew exactly what I needed to […]


Blake Crouch Interview

We have talked to Blake Crouch, author of over a dozen bestselling suspense novels. His Wayward Pines series is currently being produced as a TV show by M. Night Shyamalan. For the benefit of those not familiar with the Wayward Pines series, can you tell us a bit about it? It’s a story about a […]


Interview with Django Wexler

We have talked to Django Wexler, author of The Shadow Campaigns. For the benefit of those not familiar with your series, The Shadow Campaigns, what can you tell us about it? The Shadow Campaigns is a military fantasy series set in a world with technology roughly corresponding to Europe in the 1800s.  It follows the […]


Interview with Will Wight

We have talked to Will Wight, author of the Traveler’s Gate trilogy. For the benefit of those not familiar with The Traveler’s Gate Trilogy, can you tell us a bit about it? The Traveler’s Gate Trilogy is a trilogy of fantasy novels following Simon, a boy who wants to beat the bad guys and save […]


Ilsa J. Bick Interview

We have talked to Ilsa J. Bick, author of the Ashes Trilogy. Tell us a bit about The Ashes Trilogy? Sure, you bet. The skinny: a wave of EMPs (electromagnetic pulses) sweeps the sky (and, maybe, the globe).  In a heartbeat, everything with solid-state processors—computers, power grids, communications—just flat-out dies.  Nuclear power plants go up; […]


Anne Rice Interview

In her new novel, Anne Rice takes us once again to the rugged coastline of Northern California, to the grand mansion at Nideck Point, and further explores the unearthly education of her transformed Man Wolf. This Interview has been provided by RandomHouse. Q: It’s been almost two years since The Wolf Gift was published. What has been […]


Interview with Mark T. Barnes

We’ve talked to Mark T. Barnes, author of The Garden of Stones, the first book in his Echoes of Empire trilogy. For those who’ve not tried your first book, “The Garden of Stones”, how would you describe it? ‘The Garden of Stones’ is a character and story driven epic fantasy adventure, crossed with a political […]


Interview with Kevin Hearne

We have talked to Kevin Hearne, author of The Iron Druid Chronicles. For the benefit of those not familiar with your Iron Druid series, can you tell us a bit about it? It follows the adventures of a 2100-year old Druid who’s been hiding out from Irish gods who want to kill him. The first […]


Interview with L.E. Green

We’ve talked to L.E. Green who has released her debut novel Flutter this year. First of all, can you tell us a bit about Flutter? This story begins at the end. The setting is the Boston Metro area. Abigail, the main character, is standing at the edge of a building contemplating the various events that […]


Interview with Mitchell Hogan

We have talked to Mitchell Hogan author of A Crucible of Souls. Q: For the benefit of those not familiar with A Crucible of Souls, can you tell us a bit about it? A Crucible of Souls is my debut epic fantasy novel, and the first book in the Sorcery Ascendant Sequence. It’s about a traditional […]


Interview with Richard Kadrey

Richard Kadrey is the author of ten novels, including Sandman Slim, Kill the Dead, Aloha from Hell and Kill City Blues. The first Sandman Slim novel was published in 2009. It is one of 13 books listed on Barnes & Noble’s “Best Paranormal Fantasy Novels of the Last Decade”. For the benefit of those not […]


Interview with Karen Dionne

Karen Dionne is the internationally published author of Boiling Point, an environmental thriller about an erupting volcano, a missing researcher, and a radical scheme to end global warming. Karen’s first science thriller, Freezing Point, was nominated by RT Book Reviews as Best First Mystery of 2008. Q: Both in Freezing Point and Boiling Point you […]


Interview with Kate Karyus Quinn

We have talked to Kate Karyus Quinn author of the YA horror novel, Another Little Piece. First of all, can you tell us a bit about Another Little Piece? Another Little Piece is my debut novel! It is a young adult horror novel published by HarperTeen. Here’s my quick pitch version of the story: Annaliese […]


Interview with Susan Dennard

We have talked to Susan Dennard, author of the Something Strange and Deadly series. Tell us a bit about your “Something Strange and Deadly” series. Something Strange and Deadly is the first book in a young adult series following Eleanor Fitt–a sixteen year old from 1876 Philadelphia’s high society–and a ragtag trio of ghost hunters […]


Interview with Giulietta Maria Spudich

Giulietta Maria Spudich is the author of the newly release YA Fantasy novel Fireheart. Can you tell us a bit about Fireheart? It’s set in a fantastical past in which dragons are dying out. Human beings are changing from hunter-gatherers (the Wanderers) to settled life in towns. Ariana, an eighteen-year girl, is doomed to live her life […]


Interview with Kim Howard Johnson

Can you tell us a bit about your “Time Authority” series? The Last of the Time Police (The Time Authority Book One) and the second part of the story, The Return of the Time Police (The Time Authority Book Two), is my first solo fiction. It’s a Pythonesque adventure about the two least competent members of the Time […]


Marcus Sakey Interview

Marcus Sakey’s thrillers have been nominated for more than fifteen awards, named New York Time’s Editor’s Picks, and selected among Esquire’s Top 5 Books of The Year. His novels Good People and Brilliance are both in development as feature films. First of all can you tell us a bit about your latest book, Brilliance? The […]

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All Interviews
  • Alexes Razevich Interview
  • Anne Rice Interview
  • Blake Crouch Interview
  • Brandon Sanderson Exclusive Interview
  • Brandt Legg Interview
  • Bruce Hesselbach Interview
  • Christopher Paolini Interview
  • Dawn Husted Interview
  • Evelyn Ink Interview
  • Glen Duncan Interview
  • Ilsa J. Bick Interview
  • Adam-Michael James
  • Adrian Rogers
  • Alan Dean Foster
  • Alan Dean Foster
  • Alan Troop
  • Alastair Reynolds
  • Andrea Johnson and Elizabeth Campbell
  • Andrew Harman
  • Anette Gisby
  • Anne McCaffrey
  • Barry Nugent
  • Barry Smith
  • Brandon Sanderson
  • Brian Ruckley
  • Brian Ruckley
  • Bryan Cassiday
  • C. J. Cherryh
  • C.E. Winterland
  • C.S. Friedman
  • Caitlin Sweet
  • Caitlin Sweet
  • Caitlyn McKenna
  • Carol Berg
  • Carol Berg
  • Carol Berg
  • Carolyn Crane
  • Carrie Vaughn
  • Chad Descoteax
  • Charlie Huston
  • Charlotte Boyett-Compo
  • Cherie Priest
  • China Mieville
  • Chris Bunch
  • Chris Wooding
  • Christine Amsden
  • Christopher Priest
  • Christopher Ransom
  • Dan Simmons
  • Daniel Abraham
  • Daniel Jason
  • Dave Cravens
  • David Anthony Durham
  • David B. Coe
  • David Bilsborough
  • David Brin
  • David Drake
  • David Eddings
  • David Farland
  • David Farland
  • David Forbes
  • David Gemmell
  • David J. Peterson, language creator for Game of Thrones
  • David Keck
  • David Louis Edelman
  • David Louis Edelman
  • David Wingrove
  • Deborah J. Miller
  • Den Patrick
  • Django Wexler
  • Douglas E. Richards
  • E.E. Knight
  • Elizabeth Haydon
  • Elizabeth Moon
  • G.J. Boisvert
  • Gail Z. Martin
  • Galen Kaufman
  • Gary Wassner
  • Gary Wassner
  • George R.R. Martin
  • George R.R. Martin
  • George R.R. Martin
  • George R.R. Martin, Gardner Dozois and Daniel Abraham
  • Giulietta Maria Spudich
  • Gordon Goulden
  • Greg Bear
  • Greg Keyes
  • Guy Gavriel Kay
  • Guy Gavriel Kay
  • Hal Duncan
  • Hal Duncan
  • Holly Lisle
  • Hugh Howey
  • Iain M. Banks
  • Ian Cameron Esslemont
  • Ian Cameron Esslemont
  • Ian Irvine
  • Ian Irvine
  • Ian McDonald
  • Ian McDonald
  • J.A. Pitts
  • J.V. Jones
  • J.V. Jones
  • Jack Campbell
  • Jack Campbell Part 2
  • Jacqueline Carey
  • Jacqueline Carey
  • James Barclay
  • James Barclay
  • James K. Decker
  • Jane Fancher
  • Jane Welch
  • Janny Wurts
  • Jasper Kent
  • JC De La Torre
  • Jeff Salyards
  • Jeff Somers
  • Jeff VanderMeer
  • Jeff Yager
  • Jennifer Fallon
  • Jessica Rydill
  • Jim C. Hines
  • Joe Abercrombie
  • Joe Abercrombie
  • Joe Vadalma
  • Joel Shepherd
  • John Birmingham
  • John Levitt
  • John Marco
  • John Marco
  • John Marco
  • John Marco
  • John Mulhall
  • John Twelve Hawks
  • Jon Sprunk
  • Joshua Palmatier
  • Juliet McKenna
  • Juliet McKenna
  • Juliet McKenna
  • K J Parker
  • K.C. May
  • K.G. McAbee
  • Karen Daniels
  • Karen Dionne
  • Karen Miller
  • Kate Forsyth
  • Kate Karyus Quinn
  • Katherine Kurtz
  • Kathleen Cunnigham Guler
  • Kay Kenyon
  • Keira Michelle Telford
  • Keith Brooke
  • Kelly Godel
  • Ken MacLeod
  • Kerry Orchard
  • Kerry Tolan
  • Kevin Anderson
  • Kevin Hearne
  • Kevin Radthorne
  • Kim Howard Johnson
  • Kim Newman
  • Kit Reed
  • Kit Whitfield
  • Kristen Britain
  • L.E. Green
  • L.E. Modesitt Jr.
  • L.E. Modesitt Jr.
  • L.S. Gibson
  • Lance Erlick
  • Laurell K. Hamilton
  • Lauren Halkon
  • Liane Merciel
  • Lincoln Crisler
  • Lisa Kessler
  • M.M. Buckner
  • Maggie Furey
  • Marc Cushman
  • Margaret Wander Bonanno
  • Maria Osbourne Perry
  • Marianne de Pierres
  • Marie Bilodeau
  • Mark Anthony
  • Mark Haeuser
  • Mark Lavine
  • Mark Lawrence
  • Mark Oakley
  • Mark T. Barnes
  • Mark Tiedemann
  • Melanie Rawn
  • Melinda Snodgrass
  • Melvin Duncan
  • Michael J. Sullivan
  • Michael Moorcock
  • Michael Stackpole
  • Michael Warden
  • Mike Shevdon
  • Mitchell Graham
  • Mitchell Hogan
  • Myke Cole
  • Myke Cole
  • Nalo Hopkinson
  • Naomi Novik
  • Neal Asher
  • Neil Gaiman
  • Nick Mamatas
  • Nina Osier
  • Oliver Johnson
  • Orson Scott Card
  • Orson Scott Card
  • Patrick Rothfuss
  • Patrick Rothfuss
  • Patrick Welch
  • Paul Escu
  • Paul Kearney
  • Paul Kearney
  • Peadar Ó Guilín
  • Peter F. Hamilton
  • Peter Orullian
  • Peter Watts
  • Philip Palmer
  • Piers Anthony
  • R. A. Salvatore
  • R. Scott Bakker
  • R. Scott Bakker
  • R. Scott Bakker
  • R.T. Kaelin
  • Ricardo Pinto
  • Richard Kadrey
  • Richard Morgan
  • Rob Donovan
  • Robert Dinsdale
  • Robert Jordan
  • Robert Jordan
  • Robert Williams
  • Robin Hobb
  • Robin Hobb
  • Robin Hobb
  • Robin Hobb
  • Roland Jansberg
  • Ruth McIntyre-Williams
  • Samit Basu
  • Sandra Fallon
  • Sara Douglass
  • Sarah Ash
  • Sarah Chorn – Part 1
  • Sarah Chorn – Part 2
  • Sarah Zettel
  • Scott Lynch
  • Scott Lynch
  • Scott Westerfeld
  • Sean Williams
  • SF Said
  • Sherry Austin
  • Stephen Chambers
  • Stephen R. Donaldson
  • Steven Baird
  • Steven Erikson
  • Steven Erikson
  • Steven Erikson
  • Steven Erikson
  • Steven Savile
  • Susan Dennard
  • Susan Sizemore
  • Suzy Mckee Charnas
  • Sylvia Engdahl
  • T.S. Robinson
  • Tad Williams
  • Tad Williams
  • Tad Williams
  • Tad Williams
  • Tad Williams
  • Tad Williams
  • Tad Williams
  • Tad Williams
  • Tara Harper
  • Teresa Edgerton
  • Terry Brooks
  • Terry Brooks
  • Terry M. West
  • Terry Pratchett
  • Thomas Hopp
  • Tim Lebbon
  • Tim Lebbon
  • Tim Lebbon and Christoper Golden
  • Tim Marquitz
  • Tobias Buckell
  • Tobias Buckell
  • Toh EnJoe
  • Tom Holt
  • Tracy Hickman
  • Tristis Ward
  • Victoria Strauss
  • Wayne Thomas Batson
  • Will Wight
  • William Alan Rieser
  • Winifred Halsey
  • K.M. Weiland Interview
  • Marcus Sakey Interview
  • Matthew Mather Interview
  • Shelley Adina Interview
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