Interview: Michael Meyerhofer, Author of The Godsfall Trilogy

Everyone, please welcome the author of The Dragonkin Trilogy and The Godsfall Trilogy back to the blog today, Michael Meyehofer. If you could be an extra on a TV series or movie, what would it be and what would you be doing? Thanks for having me! Well, since it’s too late for me to be an … Continue reading Interview: Michael Meyerhofer, Author of The Godsfall Trilogy

Interview: Gary & George of Unsung Stories

Folks, please welcome the brains behind Unsung Stories, an indie SFF publisher based in London, UK. Unsung Stories publishes intelligent genre fiction – science fiction, fantasy, horror, speculative, steampunk, and importantly those works that blur the boundaries between these genres. Myths and beliefs that we would consider fiction or fantasy in modern literature once upon a … Continue reading Interview: Gary & George of Unsung Stories

Giveaway & Interview: JD & Amy of Whimsy & Wonder Creative Press

Dear Dabbers, please give a warm welcome to the brains and beauty behind Whimsy and Wonder Creative Press, Amy & JD. It was a real treat to interview this couple. We chat about several TV shows, where to spend the holidays, the tribulations of self-promotion, and plenty more! Also, don't miss out on the paperback … Continue reading Giveaway & Interview: JD & Amy of Whimsy & Wonder Creative Press

Interview: Dean Warren, Author of The Pacification of Earth Series

Everyone, please welcome Dean Warren, author of military scifi and futuristic ecological disasters! We have a nice chat about his books, how humans affect the environment, and much more. Enjoy! Why do you write? For me, writing a novel or a short story is day-dreaming.  I pose myself a challenge or a circumstance and flesh … Continue reading Interview: Dean Warren, Author of The Pacification of Earth Series

Interview: Kathryn Meyer Griffith, Author of Dinosaur Lake

Folks, please slap your eyeballs together for an entertaining interview with the talented Kathryn Meyer Griffith. I have enjoyed a few books of hers so far (The Nameless One & Dinosaur Lake) and have a few more queued up. Today we chat about writing in the horror genre for decades, family, cover art, and much … Continue reading Interview: Kathryn Meyer Griffith, Author of Dinosaur Lake

Interview: Terra Harmony, Author of The Akasha Saga

Please welcome Terra Harmony! We chat about ecosystems, obstacle courses (enhanced through wine), board games, and much more. Please sit back and enjoy! You consider yourself an eco-fantasy author. What ecological niches of Earth have you pulled into your writings and expanded upon? Each of my books of the Akasha Series is titled as an … Continue reading Interview: Terra Harmony, Author of The Akasha Saga

Interview: Sarah Dalton, Author of Blemished

Welcome everyone to The Book of Apex Blog Tour! Today, I have Sarah Dalton here, author of the Blemished series, giving us an interview. She was kind enough to swing by again, having been here last week with her guest post: Cruelty Is Needed. Myths and beliefs that we would consider fiction or fantasy in … Continue reading Interview: Sarah Dalton, Author of Blemished

Interview: Garrett Calcaterra, Ahimsa Kerp, & Craig Comer

Everyone, please welcome the authors of The Roads to Baldairn Motte, Garrett, Ahimsa, and Craig. Today we chat about influential books and movies in the realm of fiction, tattoos versus cosplay, fictional beasties, and the challenges of self-promotion. Enjoy! 1) Myths and beliefs that we would consider fiction or fantasy in modern literature once upon … Continue reading Interview: Garrett Calcaterra, Ahimsa Kerp, & Craig Comer

A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin

Why I Read It: Because I like riding on the tail of wagons. Oh, and this dude in line for Sanderson signatures at Bubonicon highly recommended the series. Where I Got It: The library. Who I Recommend This To: Epic fantasy freaks who love their characters grey and their plots twisted about each other. Narrator: … Continue reading A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin