Books, mirrors, and a slightly different angle

A while back, author T.O. Munro asked me if I'd be interested in doing an interview for Fantasy Faction. The questions were a lot more in-depth than the usual run-of-the-mill interviews that I've done in the past, so I had a lot of fun with this one. You can probably tell which question was my favorite, because I wrote a short blog post with my answer. That answer is where you will find out about books, mirrors, and angles.

In other news, Los Nefilim has picked up some nice reviews lately. Here a a few links:

There are many elements in these novellas (a storytelling form gaining quite a resurgence in this age of digital publishing) that have pleasing resonances. The setting itself gave off echoes of Carlos Ruiz Zafón’s masterpiece, The Shadow of the Wind. The demonic creatures and haunting beauty felt like something out of a Guillermo del Toro film. More recently, I was also reminded of Aliette de Bodard’s wonderful House of Shattered Wings and Daniel Jose Older’s Half-Resurrection Blues and even the Garth Ennis/Steve Dillon comic Preacher. But, Frohock’s linked novellas are more than the sum of those influences and are a showcase for her unique voice. --SFFWorld
Los Nefilim is a slow and dark burn, and that slow but steady rise to intensity makes you want to know more and more about what’s going on.  There is a lot of darkness in this story,  but also some laugh out loud funny moments.  And when the reveals come, they are that much more satisfying. --Little Red Reviewer
The foundation of this powerful story is a poetic prose, dark and moody, yet infused with color and music as it embodies hope, love and loyalty. Yes, there is a lot of conflict in that last statement, as is appropriate in a story full of internal and external conflict. It’s the grounded, devoted love that keeps it all together. --Neth Space