There are a bunch of exciting interviews and articles I did in preparation for the release of The Pagan Night. As those become available online, I thought I’d keep a running tally on this post. That way you can be sure to stay current on all the brilliant things I’ve said without having to scour Twitter for the announcements. Internet magics!
Enter to win a copy of The Pagan Night at Goodreads
Writing is a learning process. Here are the Five Things I Learned while writing The Pagan Night.
Things you might have missed!
I sound smart on this podcast interview with Cabbages and Kings!
The Qwillery asks me about writing
I have an interview with Sean Grigsby
More questions at Suvudu
An interview with me over at Hellnotes
SciFiNow says The Pagan Night “builds up beautifully, creating a riveting world.”
RPG Net calls The Pagan Night “Fast paced… an epic fantasy story with action, intrigue, and a good story.”
Rising Shadows says that it “Delivers enough twists and surprises to keep readers fascinated…contains action, grittiness, magic, intrigue and well created characters.”
Booklist gave The Pagan Night a starred review!
Publishers Weekly reviewed (and loved) the book
As did Farsight
And The Bookbag!
At the Barnes & Noble SF/F blog I talk about using game structure to plot your novels.
I have an article at SFSignal about Tolkien and religion!
Our Imaginary Friends – Suvudu
Our Lord and Savior Viking Christ – Horror Cult Films UK