DragonCon Online Interview

Inheritance of Magic 3 is coming along, and up to 70,000 words.  Still aiming to be done by the end of the summer.

In the meantime, I did an online interview with Carol Malcom, from DragonCon’s Urban Fantasy track.  You can watch it here!

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5 Responses to DragonCon Online Interview

  1. Celia says:

    OMG!!! Going to watch right now!

  2. Jason Enberg says:

    The last 3 Alex Verus books were great.

    Probably my favorite books in that series were Bound, Fallen, Risen, and Chosen.

  3. Kerrie says:

    This isn’t really related to your post at all, but I was wondering if you’ll be doing signed hardcovers through The Broken Binding for Inheritance of Magic 2? I apologize if you’ve answered this question elsewhere and I’ve missed it.

    • Celia says:

      Great interview. I’m curious what the biggest changes in book 5 (Hidden) were? 🙂

      I can’t believe you kept petting your cat offscreen without paying the cat tax by showing him to us! (Ok, technically we did see his tail at one point.) 😉

      I love Matt Dinniman’s Dungeon Crawler Carl series too. I got to chat a few times with him and his narrator, Jeff Hayes, at Con Carolinas. They were both very nice. He shocked me by asking my name in the first panel, because it was sparsely attended as the earliest one of the first day, and he pointed out that 4 of the 5 people there were wearing a DCC shirt. Then he pointed at me, gave me a thumbs up, and asked my name. Of course I squeaked, ”Me?!?” because I didn’t realize he already knew the other 3 people wearing DCC shirts, heh.

      It’s interesting that while he had independently published his ebooks and audiobooks prior, he is now under contract with Ace for the first couple books in hardback, while still retaining all rights to the ebook and audiobook. I had never heard of splitting the baby like that before! I did get a signed limited edition paperback at Con Carolinas but will have to get the hardback too to support him. 🙂

      Anyway, I really enjoyed the interview. Thanks for doing this.

      • Celia says:

        Oops, that was meant to be a separate comment, not a reply. I would love a signed limited edition of An Instruction in Shadow as well though. 🙂

        Congrats as well on your first hardback edition in English!

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