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Exclusive Interview! Alison Goodman, Author, ‘The Dark Days Club’


Exclusive Interview! Alison Goodman, Author, ‘The Dark Days Club’

Alison Goodman is the author of The Dark Days Club: a novel of dark fantasy set in the shadows of Regency England:
London, April 1812. Lady Helen Wrexhall is set to make her curtsy to Queen Charlotte and step into polite Regency Society and the marriage mart. Little does Helen know, that step will take her [...]

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Interview: Tim Akers, Author, ‘The Pagan Night’


Interview: Tim Akers, Author, ‘The Pagan Night’

Tim Akers is the author of The Pagan Night, (available 1/19/16) the first book in the Hallowed War trilogy. In the following interview, Akers and I discussed parallels between his fiction and history, the influence of his family on his writing, and more.
Suvudu: You’re a native of South Carolina, your father is a theologian, and [...]

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Suvudu Likes: 1/16/16


Suvudu Likes: 1/16/16

Here are those blog posts from the other sci-fi/fantasy blogs last week that Suvudu wants to highlight!

Why? Because a linked internet is a stronger one! Take a look at Suvudu Likes and see what reviews, giveaways, and news hit last week!

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Interview with Andy Remic, Author, ‘A Song For No Man’s Land’


Grimdark? Science-Fiction? Fantasy? Thriller? What’ll Andy Remic write next? It’s hard to know and even harder to catch up with him. Whether blazing past you on his motorcycle or bashing out a mind-boggling array of scripts, novels, short stories, and heaven-knows-what-else, Remic is a man in motion. Fortunately, we were able to get him to [...]

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Interview: ‘Cyclops Initiative’ Author David Wellington, Man of Many Genres


I’ve been a fan of David Wellington’s work for a long time. One of the things that I find most compelling about his career is that he hasn’t really felt tied to one particular genre. He’ll write a few books about zombies or vampires, and then he’ll be on to a thriller or science-fiction novel. [...]

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Interview With Elizabeth Bear, Co-Author, ‘Apprentice to Elves’


Elizabeth Bear is the co-author, along with Sarah Monette, of the Iskryne series: a fantasy saga set in a frozen land where humanity is beset on all sides by trolls and other horrors. Standing between the people and annihilation are the wolfcarls: powerful individuals who are telepathically bonded with enormous, highly intelligent wolves. The third [...]

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Book Giveaway and Interview with ‘Hobgoblin’ Author John Coyne


Sometimes you read a book and you just know it’s going to be a part of your life forever. John Coyne’s 1981 horror fantasy Hobgoblin was one of those books for me. It’s the story of Scott Gardiner, a teenager obsessed with “Hobgoblin”: a fantasy role-playing game inspired by Irish mythology. Scott already has a [...]

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Out of Print Clothing Lets You Wear Your Love of Literature


Get to know this Brooklyn, NY-based startup that outfits your bookish swagger, via an interview with co-founder and president, Jeff LeBlanc.

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Worldbuilders Reddit AMA Week Featuring Great Authors


This week is Worldbuilders Week on Reddit! And two dozen authors are taking part in Ask Me Anything interviews all week! Is your favorite author taking part? Here are details!

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An Interview With Juman Malouf, Author, ‘The Trilogy of Two’


An Interview With Juman Malouf, Author, ‘The Trilogy of Two’

Artist, writer, and costume designer Juman Malouf’s (The Grand Budapest Hotel, Moonrise Kingdom) new illustrated novel The Trilogy of Two is the story of Identical twins Sonja and Charlotte, musical prodigies with extraordinary powers who have spent their lives performing in a traveling circus. When the girls begin to manifest magical powers, they are compelled [...]

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