Check it out, my first real interview. While you check it out, if you haven’t already, you should go sign up for the giveaway. Only two days left! Chance to win free stuff! Sounds like a plan, amirite?
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Great review, you should definitely check it out.
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Heh, maybe I should have sent a villain along to say hello. I was unsure about the concept of a “character interview” at first but DLB did an amazing job with this.
I really rather like this passage – this whole section, actually. The slow chase under the city as the protagonists are followed through the darkness was a joy to write. It came about during a stretch of a week or so where I would write outside well past sunset, with only the light from my laptop screen to illuminate the at-times-creepy ravine my backyard falls into.
A rather excellent artist I know gave me some advice the last time I saw him, and it was to the effect that art announcements should only be done a week or so in advance, so people don’t have time to forget them. To that end, I’m proud to announce that the November spot on literature blog Dirty Little Booker’s “Calling All Indies” feature was won by yours truly, and I’ll be featured over there starting some time in the next week (as they work a month behind or so). So, like voting in Chicago elections, visit early and visit often: www.dirtylittlebookers.com