Today I'm being interviewed by a wickedly insightful lady who I have grown to respect and admire. I met Jan some time ago in the blogosphere and though she and I write in completely different genres, we share similar tastes in the themes we like to explore through literature.
So I wasn't surprised when her questions delved deep into Miserere's themes of redemption, heroism, and family-ties.
I hope you'll join me today with Jan O'Hara at her blog Tartitude where I answer her questions about my debut Miserere: An Autumn Tale.
... I think there is a common misconception about fantasy that it’s all about magic and world-building, but fantasy readers crave full-dimensional characters with complex stories. I think that is why George R.R. Martin’s Song of Fire and Ice series is so captivating. He has taken a historical event and warped it into a fantasy setting, but he has also created a vibrant cast of characters ... [READ MORE]