D. Wallace Peach is a sci-fi/fantasy writer that I have followed for quite a while now, usually by lurking around her blog – Myths of the Mirror. But she caught me and did me the great honour of reading Miira. And she liked it. 🙂
This is a quote from her review:
The pace is steady and yet I flew through the book because I could NOT put it down. Exquisite writing, gorgeous descriptions, high tech science, and human pathos that grab the reader. I’m a fan and gladly recommend this book to readers of science fiction and anyone who enjoys an unusual human story.
And then she invited me onto her blog. Of course I said ‘yes!’, but I’m still gobsmacked just to be asked. Please come say hello to D. and all her friends. Partay… 😀
A Human Story: Guest Post with Andrea Flory
I’ve been enjoying the adventures of Leine Basso for a couple of years now, but it was not until I listened to D.V.’s interview this morning that I realised Leine is supposed to be pronounced as ‘Lane’. In my head I always heard Leine as ‘Laney’. Well, Laney no more! But I still really like the character. 😀
If you’re interested in some more tit-bits from and about D.V.Berkom, click on the URL below and then listen to the podcast of her interview.
I am a huge Hugh Howey fan. I’m also 3/4 of the way through Dust. What else could I blog about on a Saturday morning but an interview with one of my favourite science fiction authors? Um, that was a rhetorical…
So without further ado, here is the link to a fascinating interview with an incredibly likable young man!
View story at Medium.com
[Note : my thanks to the Passive Guy for pointing me towards the interview].
A huge thank you to Lord David Prosser for making me feel like a real author! The interview is here. I don’t sound like too much of a dork do I?