Urban Fantasy author D. Lieber interviewed me recently regarding magicks, characters, and books I’ve written.
Talk about fun!
Let’s start with this exchange:
Q: What kind of spell can I get for you (or your character) today?
Hmm…few ever offer me their magicks, usually they’re asking magicks of me. What magick would I be gifted with? Le Guin showed us that asking for a thing doesn’t put boundaries on how that thing is achieved.
I will ask that you weave a spell that lets all asking of magick to know all that happens for that magick to be, then giving them the choice of still asking or not. (wow, what a good piece of storyfodder, that!)
And it gets better.
I should also add that D. Lieber is an author after my own heart; “D. Lieber is an urban fantasy author who writes stories she wants to read.” so similar to my Twitter “I’ve decided to spend the rest of my life writing things I’d enjoy reading. Who knows? You might enjoy them, too.”
So give a read, let us know what you think, and thanks.
You don’t want to be in this man’s detention
Hello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews.
Today’s guest is thriller author and high school principal Joseph Lewis and if that combination doesn’t make you wonder about today’s high schools, nothing will.
I’d like everyone to stand up and give Joseph Lewis a big round of applause for taking part in our exciting adventure.
Continue reading “Joseph Lewis – Teens, Drugs and Gangs, O’ My!”
From Galactic Detectives to Gangs in our Schools to Dystopian Friars to Mid-Western Family Secrets in Organizations to Horses in Wine Country
Yo! Ready for the August 2018 Author Interview Plunges?
August is lucky with five interviews starting 1 Aug through 29 Aug covering galactic detectives, gangs in schools, dystopias, homesteading the American West and riding horses in vineyards.
People following our interviews know we’ve added a fifth point to our compass. No idea where we’re going and excited about getting there!
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