A new day, a new interview. Today’s is with C. D. Gallant-King, the author behind semi-finalist Hell Comes to Hogtown in Fantasy Book Critic. First of all, tell me about yourself! What do you write? I’m a Canadian husband, father of two, and a writer of fantasy/horror/speculative fiction/etc, all with a comic […]
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Now this is a bit of a change. I still have a lot of interviews to put out (and I haven’t forgotten those who have submitted!) But this is a new one in which I interview one of the judges. Charles Phipps is part of Booknest and a pretty awesome guy as well. He writes […]
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Welcome back. This might be a slow month for the blog as I work on my standalone for November, but I will still upload interviews here and there. Today’s interview is with Kirsten M. Corby, author of the book Daughter of Atlas. What’s wonderful about SPFBO is it gives a chance for authors who aren’t […]
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It’s me again, back with a new interview! This would make the sixteenth so far. I’m slowly whittling down the number of victims. Believe me, the number of bodies in my truck are starting to pile up. I’m going to need a new truck. I’ll look on Ebay. Anyway, immaturity aside, here is my latest […]
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I am SOOOOO excited to share the wisdom of writers in my circle with you! My fellow writer and friend Michael Baker, who is also a published author, has so graciously agreed to share some of his worldbuilding knowledge with us all. I met Michael a few years ago now…
My interview with J.P. Ashman! Some rather entertaining questions! J P Ashman This one was hard to find. It took long enough, but Inquisitor Makhell’s witchunters eventually found the man in question hovering above Drapnor in a balloon, drawing maps, of all things. Aye, not only is this history buff a writer of tall tales, […]
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