More Podcast Interviews
That lack of recent updates has to do with me busily at work revising the second novel of Dabir and Asim. It is now with the publisher, and I’ve started work on the short story collection that will appear in e-form prior to the release of the second book, The Bones of the Old Ones.
I’ve been pretty busy talking to interesting people about both The Desert of Souls and Plague of Shadows. I’ll provide the links below.
Near the end of last week I joined Rone Barton and Ed Healy for some questions about Plague of Shadows, and discussed why Scott Oden and I have never yet been seen in the same place at the same time. The Pathfinder novel line gets discussed at length, and Dave Gross, Robin D. Laws, and James Sutter are all asked about their own work as well.
Here I sit down with (well, over the internet) Patrick Hester to discuss the writing of The Desert of Souls, my work with Black Gate, and, naturally, myearly aspirations as a composer. Yeah, I’m not sure how that last bit came up either.
I joined Mur Lafferty for a look at how I went about writing The Desert of Souls, and spoke with her about some of the early hurdles I faced with my writing, as well as some of the hurdles I’m still, well, hurtling.