After interviewing Peter V. Brett for a piece this past week, it seems it’s my turn under the interrogators’ lights. Fantasy Faction‘s Dan Hanks, who gave The Daedalus Incident a very nice review, is back to ask me all about how it came to be. Dan asked some great questions; you can check out the entire interview here.
Fantasy Faction is an outstanding fan site, and a popular one, too — so much so that they’ve bulled through their bandwidth allotments for two straight months. They’re asking folks to donate to help them upgrade their servers; here’s the post on why they’re asking, and the Donate button is on the right-hand side of every page. So if you like their content, it’d be good karma to help ’em out.
I’ve also been interviewed by an honest-to-goodness literary magazine, The Rathalla Review, run by the folks at Rosemont College. Grad student Feliza Casano asked me about my writing process and how my background in journalism helped me put together my first novel. Click here to read the whole thing.
Finally…I’m going to be at Book Expo America! So if you’re a bookish sort heading to New York this week, I’ll be doing a thing on Thursday, May 30, at 2 p.m. at the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) booth. That’s booth #2625 near the 3E entrance for those hoping to map things out. I’ll be at the show all day Thursday, so feel free to come say hi. There’s also a great bunch of SFWA authors doing stuff at the booth all weekend, so be sure to check it out if you’re going to the show!