Patrick Di Justo wants you to know exactly what’s in your food — and you may not like the truth.Read More
Award-winning speculative fiction author Margaret Atwood (The Handmaid’s Tale, Oryx and Crake, MaddAddam) Answered a round of questions from Reddit.com users today. Here’s some of what we learned! (Note: Reddit user questions in bold type. Atwood’s answers immediately following.)
She doesn’t consider herself a humanist:
I’ve read that the American Humanist Association named you Humanist of the [...]
Author Erin M. Evans (Fire in the Blood) just finished up an “ask me anything” question and answer session at Reddit.com’s fantasy subreddit. Check out a few snippets below, and go here to read the rest!
What’s your favorite part about writing in the Forgotten Realms?
Can you share any more secrets to get kids to do [...]
Here the questions and his answers pulled out of the AMA concerning the The Last King of Osten Ard, the sequel trilogy to his bestselling trilogy Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn!Read More
Half a King author Joe Abercrombie (hear our interview here) just completed an epic “ask me anything” interview with the members of Reddit’s /r/fantasy community. Here are just a few of the things that we’ve discovered about Joe, his books, and his plans for the future. Check out the rest of the AMA here, and [...]Read More
Unless you’ve been hiding in a Suvudu-shielded bomb shelter somewhere (Which, if so, get your money back: Our geekish radiation penetrates even the most sturdy of shelters.) then you’ll know that we’re extremely excited about the publication of Andy Weir’s amazing novel The Martian. Apparently, we aren’t the only ones!
During a recent Reddit AMA (Ask [...]
You may have missed Robin Hobb’s AMA (”Ask Me Anything”) discussion at Reddit, but fear not: The entire archive is ready and available for you to read. Just click here.
You’ll learn tons of stuff about Robin and how she goes about writing her books, among other things:
Who/what was your inspiration to begin [...]
You might have missed the opportunity to join in on Iron Druid Chronicles author Kevin Hearne’s epic “AMA” (”Ask me anything”) yesterday on Reddit, but you can still read it here!
Here’s an excerpt:
Hi Kevin, thanks so much for doing this! I am beyond stoked to know you are working on something in the SW [...]