The author hot seat

Jane Dougherty Writes

To kick off my foray into the world of the author interview, I’m pleased to invite an old friend and fellow sufferer of Authonomy, Kate Jack. We swapped notes about fantasy writing before we ever tried to get published. Then we swapped rejection letters. Now we swap notes about promotion.
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J: Kate, we know you write fantasy, and very good fantasy too. Could you tell us a bit about your work, its setting, and what provides your inspiration.
K: The first book in The Silver Flute Trilogy is called Land of Midnight Days. It’s a dystopian urban fantasy, set in a city not unlike my home town of Liverpool. The main protagonist is called Jeremiah Tully, who is a half Elwyn, half human musician, and to top it all, mute. The story takes the reader on a whirlwind journey, as Jeremiah tries to find out who he really is, and…

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6 Responses to “The author hot seat”

  1. Very nice interview!

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  2. Enjoyed your interview very much. always fun finding out about other authors and what makes them tick. Fab πŸ™‚

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  3. You’re definitely on my Christmas card list, Jane. πŸ˜€

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