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Interview: Eric Rickstad, author of The Silent Girls

Interview: Eric Rickstad, author of The Silent Girls

Eric Rickstad is the author of the critically acclaimed Reap, and his second book, The Silent Girls, will be out next week. He kindly stopped by to talk about the new book, and more! Congrats on the new book! Will you tell us a little about The Silent Girls (which has already gotten some great buzz) and what inspired you to write it? Sure. Thanks. The Silent Girls is a dark … Continue reading

A chat with Jason M. Hough, on his new novella, The Dire Earth, and what comes next

A chat with Jason M. Hough, on his new novella, The Dire Earth, and what comes next

If you are a regular visitor to the blog, you already know that I love Jason Hough’s Dire Earth Cycle (The Darwin Elevator, The Exodus Towers, and The Plague Forge), and was very sad to see it end, but wait! There’s a new prequel novella out (just this week, and it’s only $.99!) called The Dire Earth, so if you’re jonesin’ for more of Skylar and the gang, get on … Continue reading

A chat with PT Jones, author (s) of Floating Boy and the Girl Who Couldn’t Fly

A chat with PT Jones, author (s) of Floating Boy and the Girl Who Couldn’t Fly

The ebook version of Floating Boy and the Girl Who Couldn’t Fly has been out for a bit, but the paperback comes out next week, and I wanted to celebrate by chatting with its authors (who just happen to be two of my fave authors), Stephen Graham Jones and Paul Tremblay, (aka PT Jones). Please welcome them both to the blog! What inspired you to write Floating Boy and the … Continue reading

Interview: Imogen Robertson, author of The Paris Winter

Interview: Imogen Robertson, author of The Paris Winter

I read a lot of SFF, but every now and then, I love a good historical (especially one with lots of suspense), and The Paris Winter is just the thing to scratch that itch. That said, I’m thrilled to welcome Imogen Robertson to the blog to answer a few questions about her brand new book, The Paris Winter (out tomorrow)! Will you tell us a bit about The Paris Winter … Continue reading

Interview: Erik Williams, author of Demon

Interview: Erik Williams, author of Demon

Please welcome Erik Williams to the blog! His brand new book, Demon, just came out and he was kind enough to answer a few of my questions about it! Will you tell us more about Demon and why you wrote it? Demon started with a very basic idea: a badass demon escapes its prison and causes havoc wherever it goes. The original intention was to have it start at sea, … Continue reading

Interview: Ilona Andrews, author of Burn for Me

Interview: Ilona Andrews, author of Burn for Me

Please welcome Ilona Andrews (aka the writing duo of Ilona and Gordon) to the blog! They kindly answered a few questions about their brand new series, starting with BURN FOR ME, and much more! Congratulations on the new book! What inspired you to write Burn for Me, and also to launch a whole new series? I think we wanted to do a PNR set in a world very much like … Continue reading

A chat with Caitlin Sweet, author of The Door in the Mountain

A chat with Caitlin Sweet, author of The Door in the Mountain

Please welcome Caitlin Sweet to the blog! She kindly stopped by to talk about her new fantasy, THE DOOR IN THE MOUNTAIN (ChiTeen), and much more! Caitlin, will you tell us a little bit about your new book The Door in the Mountain, and what inspired you to write it? I’ve loved Greek mythology since I was about five years old, when my father would tell me bedtime stories that … Continue reading

Interview: Matt Manochio, author of The Dark Servant

Interview: Matt Manochio, author of The Dark Servant

Just in time for the holidays,THE DARK SERVANT, Matt Manochio’s chillfest, featuring Krampus, is out, and he kindly stopped by to answer a few questions about the new book, and more! Please give him a warm welcome. Also, at the tour page for the book, you can check out his other stops and there are a few awesome giveaways going on, too! Congrats on the new book! Will you tell … Continue reading

A chat with Fred Venturini, author of The Heart Does Not Grow Back

A chat with Fred Venturini, author of The Heart Does Not Grow Back

Fred Venturini’s debut novel, The Heart Does Not Grow Back, just came out yesterday, and he kindly answered a few of my questions on the new book, why he writes, and much more! Please give him a warm welcome! Will you tell us a bit about The Heart Does Not Grow Back and why you wrote it? The novel’s about Dale Sampson, who can regenerate his organs and his limbs, … Continue reading

CB McKenzie, author of Bad Country, on why he writes, anti-heroes, and what comes next

CB McKenzie, author of Bad Country, on why he writes, anti-heroes, and what comes next

CB McKenzie’s debut novel, BAD COUNTRY, is out today, and he was kind enough to answer a few of my questions! Please welcome him to the blog! Also, be sure to check the Events section out on his Facebook page to see if he’s coming to a city near you on tour. You’ve already won the Tony Hillerman Prize… I was thrilled to win the THP because it not only … Continue reading

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