Brent answers a few questions — including one about how to choose a title. Check it out HERE.
Brent is participating in a twitter interview with Bryan Thomas Schmidt today, Wednesday August 20th, at 9pm ET/6pm PST. You can follow the conversation with the #sffwrtcht hashtag, or by following @sffwrtcht.
Sword & Laser, a science fiction and fantasy-themed book club, has just posted their interview with Brent! If you’d like to hear how he went from writing on bar napkins to a New York Times bestselling author — you can find the interview HERE.
Adrian Gomez of The Albuquerque Journal interviewed Brent last week as part of a preview for Bubonicon. Though you’ll need to answer 1 short poll question to access it, you can go HERE to check it out.
This December, Brent is the featured author over at Drey’s Library. That means he not only has a new interview over there, he’s also giving away 1 signed hardcover of The Blinding Knife and 5 signed paperbacks of The Black Prism! (International entries are welcome.)
In addition, Drey’s Library will feature a review of his books and two short posts by Brent later in the month: one about his favorite books and another on a topic of his choice. (We’ll let you know when those posts go live.)
So take a look at the Q&A and enter the giveaway HERE!
The Geek of Oz has just posted a new interview with yours truly — I let slip a few details about The Blinding Knife, the sources of my snarky humor, and even a few words about the possibility of a Night Angel movie. Check it out HERE.
Check out my new interview, which has just gone live at Literal Addiction Paranormal Book Club and on Book Monster Reviews. Go, read, enjoy, and enter to win a signed poster from Brent and the cast of Perfect Shadow as well as as a Perfect Shadow T-Shirt on BOTH sites!
Make sure you follow the instructions on the site, if you’re interested in entering for the giveaway.
My friend Shawn Speakman over at the huge SFF blog Suvudu sometimes poses some Big Questions to authors in the genre. This past week, he included me. I am more than happy to have been able to join Terry Brooks, C.S. Friedman, newcomer Peter Orullian, and Dave Wolverton in answering “Why do you think evil never wins at the end of a story? Wouldn’t it be refreshing if the antagonists won and the protagonists lost? Has no one ever come up with the idea or do publishers just never publish such stories?”
But rather than steal his thunder, I’ll just post the link here. Please feel free to comment!
Ever wish you could spend an evening with your favorite writer down at the local bar, just chatting about life, music, writing? Can you imagine yourself at a tavern, quaffing beers and quizzing Brent? We’ve now got the next best thing, courtesy of up-and-coming fantasy author Peter Orullian over at Tor.com.
Well, not any page. Page 69, to be exact.
If you’ve ever opened up a book, read a random page, and then decided whether or not to buy it — you’ll understand the idea behind The Page 69 Test.
Many thanks to Marshal Zeringue, not least for having an entire blog dedicated to the page 69 test. And, of course, for offering me the chance to post on it.