Posts Tagged ‘wands and worlds’
Shelf Elf (read, write, rave), came next with some challenging questions (which I had a lot of fun answering). The best fantasy or sci-fi book of all time? Geeze, that’s a hard one!
Next was Cloudscome at A Wrung Sponge, who somehow managed to get some secret info about my childhood. How exactly did the Incredible Hulk become a theme in my life?
An interview with Jan at Brighton Book Bloggers was the next stop. Again, some very challenging questions and fun to answer. The interview reminded my why I love apocalyptic sci-fi.
On Friday there was a bit of a twist, when the stop was Susie’s blog at the Association of Online Community Moderators. I attempted to demonstrate how my shift from the online community field to writing fantasy isn’t as gigantic as it seems.
And wrapping up the tour was an interview with Bri from Bri Meets Books, who also had some fantastic questions. My favorite, I think, was what characteristics from my characters would I like my twin girls to have.
Thanks again, everyone. And for anyone reading this who hasn’t visited the tour stops, there’s no time like the present.
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