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A chat with Chase Novak, author of Brood

A chat with Chase Novak, author of Brood

Please welcome Chase Novak to the blog! BROOD, the sequel to his 2012 shocker, BREED, just came out, and he kindly answered a few of my questions about it. Happy Halloween! I couldn’t put BREED down and I’m very anxious to dive onto BROOD. Will you give us a bit of a teaser about the book? Though Brood can stand alone, it continues the story of Alice and Adam, who were … Continue reading

A chat with Kim Zupan, author of The Ploughmen

A chat with Kim Zupan, author of The Ploughmen

I’m very excited to have Kim Zupan on the blog today. His debut novel, The Ploughmen, came out last month, and he was kind enough to answer a few of my questions! Your new book, The Ploughman, features a very unlikely friendship between two very different men. Will you tell us more about John Gload and Valentine Millimaki and what you think makes them so compelling? What I hope makes … Continue reading

Interview (and Giveaway): Jeyn Roberts, author of The Bodies We Wear

Interview (and Giveaway): Jeyn Roberts, author of The Bodies We Wear

Please welcome Jeyn Roberts to the blog as part of her tour for her brand new book, THE BODIES WE WEAR! Also, courtesy of the nice folks at Knopf, we’ve got 2 copies to give away to 2 lucky readers (US/Canada)! Congrats on the new book! Will you tell us a little about The Bodies We Wear and what inspired you to write it? Thank you! Faye was only eleven … Continue reading

Catching up with Sophie Littlefield, author of The Missing Place

Catching up with Sophie Littlefield, author of The Missing Place

I’ve been a big fan of Sophie Littlefield’s for a long time, and I’m thrilled to have her back on the blog to talk about her brand new book, THE MISSING PLACE! Will you tell us more about The Missing Place and what inspired you to write it? I was inspired by an article in People magazine several years back that depicted the harsh and lonely living conditions of oil rig … Continue reading

A chat with Tony Park, author of The Delta

A chat with Tony Park, author of The Delta

Tony Park is Australian, his books are huge in the UK (he’s published 11), and take place in Africa. Confused? Don’t be, it’s all part of his awesome, and he just made his US debut with The Delta, featuring mercenary Sonja Kurtz. He was also kind enough to answer a few questions about the new book, his love for Africa’s beauty, and more! Tony, you have many titles already under … Continue reading

Interview: Martin Rose, author of Bring Me Flesh, I’ll Bring Hell

Interview: Martin Rose, author of Bring Me Flesh, I’ll Bring Hell

Bring Me Flesh, I’ll Bring Hell, the new horror novel by Martin Rose, will be out next week, and he kindly answered a few of my questions about the book, and more! Congrats on the new book! Will you tell us a little about Bring Me Flesh, I’ll Bring Hell, and what inspired you to write it? Thanks. Bring Me Flesh, I’ll Bring Hell is a hard-boiled detective, zombie, horror … Continue reading

Catching up with Dave Zeltserman, author of The Boy Who Killed Demons

Catching up with Dave Zeltserman, author of The Boy Who Killed Demons

I’m always thrilled to have Dave Zeltserman on the blog, and today he stopped by to talk about his brand new book, The Boy Who Killed Demons! Just in time for Halloween, too! Will you tell us a little about your new book, THE BOY WHO KILLED DEMONS? Demons is written as a journal by a 15 year-old high school student, Henry Dudlow, and it chronicles his struggles to keep … Continue reading

Interview: Ben Tripp on The Accidental Highwayman, world-building, and more!

Interview: Ben Tripp on The Accidental Highwayman, world-building, and more!

You may know the name Ben Tripp from his Rise Again series, but his brand new book (something very different), The Accidental Highwayman (and his first book for teens), just came out! I’m thrilled that he stopped by to answer a few of my questions, so please give him a warm welcome! Congrats on the new book! Will you tell us more about The Accidental Highwayman and what inspired you … Continue reading

Jon Bassoff, on things that go bump, and his new book, Factory Town

Jon Bassoff, on things that go bump, and his new book, Factory Town

Jon Bassoff’s brand new book, Factory Town, just came out this month from DarkFuse, and he was kind enough to answer a few of my questions about it, and more! I’m very, very excited about Factory Town! Will you tell us more about it? Well, it’s unlike anything I’ve ever written before. My writing tends toward the surreal and the grotesque, but I certainly went a bit overboard with this … Continue reading

Elissa Sussman, author of Stray, on feminism, fairy godmothers, and food

Elissa Sussman, author of Stray, on feminism, fairy godmothers, and food

Elissa Sussman’s debut fantasy, STRAY, just came out this month, and she kindly took a few moments out of her very busy schedule to answer a few of my questions. Please welcome her to the blog! Congrats on the new book! Will you tell us a bit more about Stray and what inspired you to write it? Thank you! Stray is an original fairy tale about fairy godmothers, feminism and food. I … Continue reading

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