Barb Tarn, curator of the Sci-Fi July Redux bundle (ten books for $7.99 – a real deal), interviewed me for her website. Thanks Barb.
It’s great to promote the bundle (there are some bestsellers in there – with my little book sandwiched in between Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch – both major bestselling authors), and nice to talk about myself in a, hopefully, coherant way.
Book bundles are a great way for readers to pick up books by authors they love, and find some new authors along the way. It will be available for a limited time (I don’t know the end date, but there will be one), so grab it while it’s available.
My novel in the bundle, Raven Rising, usually retails for $5.99, so picking it up in the bundle is good value for money. The bundle is available directly from BundleRabbit, but also from Kobo, Amazon, B&N and Apple
The blurb for my novel goes like this: Light years from home, Starship Raven went down in an impossible blazing wreck. Crack investigator Angelie Gunnarson and her team love this kind of impossible mystery. But the Raven might have more secrets than even Angelie can handle. An action-packed short sci-fi novel from the award-winning author of The City Builders.
It was a fun novel to write, and I hope to read. It’s great to get it out there in the bundle for a bit more exposure.
And thanks for the interview Barb, and for selecting my book for the bundle.
I neglected to give anything more than a passing mention that I got interviewed at the Asimov’s blog, specifically about my story in the March April 2018 issue.
The interview is here. I talk with the editors about my process for creating “The Billows of Sarto”, and my general writing process, and a few other things.
Check out the other interviews on the site too. You’ll build up a pretty good picture of authors writing for Asimov’s today.
Aussie SF Snapshots takes a quick look at the Australian SF community with a series of incisive interviews. I was fortunate enough to be interviewed by the esteemed Shauna O’Meara for the 2016 Snapshots. Shauna’s widely published and a Writers of the Future winner. I’m honored to be among such great company.
My interview is here: Sean Monaghan
Some of my friends also have snapshots.
Shauna’s is here: Shauna O’Meara
Steve: Steve Cameron
Gerry: Gerry Huntman
Talie: Talie Helene
Oh, and while I am actually living back in New Zealand, I hold dual citizenship, and I completed my masters at the University of Queensland in Brisbane.
The wonderful Shells Walter has interviewed me here on Walter Rhein’s website.
Reading over the interview on the site, I seem to go on a bit – I’m sure the responses didn’t feel like that. Hope it doesn’t all sound like waffle.
Thanks Shells, I appreciate it. Shells is the author of the horror novel Dead Practices, and numerous other works. Walter is the author of The Bone Sword and other heroic fantasy novels.
Jodi steps her career up a notch with an excellent interview on Flashes in the Dark. Great to gain a little more insight into Jodi – Haiku, love of classic literature, approach to writing – things which come through in her writing in subtle ways. Jodi’s new story Spindled Souls on Flashes in the Dark from a few days back reinforces all that too. Big ups to Jodi and Lori for the interview.
For those of you in the Palmerston North area, I’m getting interviewed about phantomshadows on Access Radio Saturday 23rd at 10.30am. Listen in on 999am.