Interview with Dyrk Ashton

Thank you for having me! Those screams though... I’m Dyrk Ashton, former SAG/AFTRA actor and filmmaker, professor of film for the day job, and author of the Paternus epic urban fantasy trilogy. I live in NW Ohio and spend nearly all my time in front of a computer.

Interview with Tippy from The Imaginary Corpse

The name’s Tippy, formally Detective Tippy of the Stuffed Animal Detective Agency. I am, as you can see, a sunflower-yellow stuffed triceratops. I’m the best detective in Playtime Town and among the best in the Stillreal, and I used to be a pretty darn good imaginary friend before my creator decided to part ways with me. (It’s a long story.)

Interview with Carly Rheilan

Carly Rheilan was born in Malta and lives in the UK. She was educated in the grand cloisters of Oxford University (which she hated and left) and then at Brunel (a small-town technological university where she discovered new worlds and stayed for a PhD). She is a psychiatric nurse. She has done research into criminal justice. She has children of her own and has also fostered two children with mental health problems. She has worked many years in the NHS. Her novels address issues at the edges of psychiatry, crime and personal trauma.

Interview with Peter McLean

Peter McLean is the author of the fantasy gangster thrillers Priest of Bones, released in October 2018 from Jo Fletcher Books and Ace/Roc, and Priest of Lies (July 2019) . His first novels, the Burned Man series, are noir urban fantasy. He has also worked on game tie-in short fiction for various franchises including Warhammer. He lives in Norwich, England, with his wife Diane.

SPFBO Interview with Devin Madson

One of the goals of SPFBO is to give a chance to self-published authors to get more exposure. In the Finals I'm taking part in the competition as one of the judges in Fantasy Book Review's team. As I did with our group's authors, I decided to offer a spot to the Finalists too to be featured on my blog.

SPFBO Interview with Mike Shel

One of the goals of SPFBO is to give a chance to self-published authors to get more exposure. In the Finals I'm taking part in the competition as one of the judges in Fantasy Book Review's team. As I did with our group's authors, I decided to offer a spot to the Finalists too to be featured on my blog.

SPFBO Interview with Craig Schaefer

One of the goals of SPFBO is to give a chance to self-published authors to get more exposure. In the Finals I'm taking part in the competition as one of the judges in Fantasy Book Review's team. As I did with our group's authors, I decided to offer a spot to the Finalists too to be featured on my blog.

SPFBO Interview with J. Zachary Pike

One of the goals of SPFBO is to give a chance to self-published authors to get more exposure. In the Finals I'm taking part in the competition as one of the judges in Fantasy Book Review's team. As I did with our group's authors, I decided to offer a spot to the Finalists too to be featured on my blog.

SPFBO Interview with Barbara Kloss

One of the goals of SPFBO is to give a chance to self-published authors to get more exposure. In the Finals I'm taking part in the competition as one of the judges in Fantasy Book Review's team. As I did with our group's authors, I decided to offer a spot to the Finalists too to be featured on my blog.

SPFBO Interview with Megan Crewe

One of the goals of SPFBO is to give a chance to self-published authors to get more exposure. In the Finals I'm taking part in the competition as one of the judges in Fantasy Book Review's team. As I did with our group's authors, I decided to offer a spot to the Finalists too to be featured on my blog.

SPFBO Interview with Patrick LeClerc

One of the goals of SPFBO is to give a chance to self-published authors to get more exposure. In the Finals I'm taking part in the competition as one of the judges in Fantasy Book Review's team. As I did with our group's authors, I decided to offer a spot to the Finalists too to be featured on my blog.

SPFBO Interview with Angie Grigaliunas

One of the goals of SPFBO is to give a chance to self-published authors to get more exposure. In the Finals I'm taking part in the competition as one of the judges in Fantasy Book Review's team. As I did with our group's authors, I decided to offer a spot to the Finalists too to be featured on my blog.

SPFBO Interview with Mark Lawrence

Phase 1 of this year's SPFBO is nearing its end, the finalists are being revealed, tears are being shed. To put the dot on the i, James Tivendale from Fantasy Book Review and I set out to interrogate the Godfather of the competition, Mr Mark Lawrence himself.

Interview with Daniel E. Olesen

Daniel E. Olesen spent entirely too long studying Comparative Literature and now works freelance as a translator and editor. Writing in fantasy, he draws strongly from history and travels around Europe, always searching for inspiration. His first book, The Eagle's Flight, is an epic fantasy that can be downloaded for free from his site, http://www.annalsofadal.net.

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