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Interview with Daniel Greene

Happy Thursday friends!

Brent had a great time talking to Daniel Greene yesterday–about books, and writing, and YouTube, and literate potatoes*…

Wait, not potatoes. BookTubers!

 

Sit down with these two guys on your lunch break, leave an upvote and a friendly comment, subscribe to Daniel’s YT page, and of course make sure you’ve pre-ordered your copy of THE BURNING WHITE!

 

 

*c’mon, y’all, this is funny! Potato = tuber, YouTuber > BookTuber > potato that reads…. Why am I the only one who thinks I’m funny?

Lightbringer Reread: Highlighting Daniel Greene

In the spirit of Orbit’s Lightbringer Reread, we wanted to share more of Daniel Greene’s reviews, featured on his YouTube page.

We’re getting SO CLOSE to October!

 

 

He has more Weeksiverse (I just made that up right now) related content and tons of other fantastic fantasy reviews on his YouTube Channel.

And if you’re on Facebook, remember to RSVP to the White Hot Book Tour Event near you!

August Q&R video, White Hot Tour Dates

Hi friends!

Brent held the August edition of his monthly Q&R on Facebook LIVE last week. In case you missed it, see below, in all its unparalleled glory:

Aaaaaaaaand, we’ve announced details for Brent’s upcoming White Hot Book Tour, to promote The Burning White. Check out Brent’s events page!

If you’re going to one of Brent’s tour stops and you use Facebook, be sure to RSVP to the FB event and put the date on your calendar:

FB TOUR EVENTS

April Q&R video is live!

Just in case you hear screams in this episode, that is either Joe Abercrombie down in the basement… or it might be my children.

Show Notes below:

Which character do you relate most to in the Lightbringer series? – 0:51
How do you go about creating different emotional atmospheres for each character? – 2:33
Is there anything major in the Lightbringer series that you regret writing a certain way? – 4:15
How do you get the right dialog/action balance in your scenes? 7:13
What sort of conflicts inspire you the most? – 8:44
How do you approach writing female writers that are well-rounded and dynamic? – 10:07
Seriously, what’s the deal with the clock? – 12:18

Got more questions? Ask them in the comments below.