MoAA Interview #11: Heather Brewer

Today, MoAA is proud to present Fabulous Gentleperson Extraordinaire: HEATHER BREWER. Heather is one of my soul sisters. I honestly can’t remember if I met her in person first (Dragon*Con) or online, and I feel like I’ve known about her Slayer Chronicles series forever. Once she was in my life she was always there, with her Gargy and her…

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MoAA Interview #10: Sarah Hans

Today’s MoAA features the lovely and talented Sarah Hans, editor of the fabulous new cohort-anthology, SIDEKICKS. Sidekicks: We know them, and we ignore them. They sit courtside, they wait in the shadows, they ride on the coattails. They have nothing to offer. Or do they? Heroes and heroines perform world shaking deeds, but sidekicks? Sidekicks are the unseen glue…

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MoAA Interview #9: Jane Porter

Today’s MoAA interview is with the fabulous, magical, and zen Jane Porter. I met Jane when she gave her talk at the Washington Romance Writers Retreat. I think it was a discussion we were all taken with — so many I’ve been forced to witness talk about e-publishing and self-publishing…Jane’s was one of the first I’ve been to in…

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MoAA Interview #8: Erin Dealey

Erin Dealey is a bright star who shines in the same sky with me at the East/West Literary Agency. She and I hit it off very recently because she manages the @EastWestLit Twitter feed…and I’m quite the prolific Tweeter myself. Turns out, Erin was a Math major who graduated with a degree in English. I was a writer who…

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MoAA Interview #7: Leah Bobet

Wow, Leah Bobet is Gorgeous and Tall. This is the thought that popped into my mind when I first spotted her across the room at this year’s Nebula Awards weekend. We’d become friends online after our nomination for the Andre Norton Award, but matching a real-life face to an avatar is always a lovely surprise. (I Tweeted Leah and…

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MoAA Interview #6: Emily Jiang

I met Emily Jiang in San Jose at this year’s Nebula Awards Weekend. The group we were with all hiked to a restaurant for lunch and Emily and I sat across from each other. Sometimes, that’s all it takes to fall in love with a person. The minute I found out Emily wrote (and sang!), I asked her to…

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MoAA Interview #5: Justin Macumber

I met Justin Macumber on a podcast. (Isn’t the 21st Century Wonderful?) Justin was the guest host on Dave Robison’s Writers Roundtable when I was asked on as the guest author. Together we all workshopped a story by Lauren Harris. I was really struck by Justin’s insight into the story–the comments he made were incredibly logical and seemed spot-on…

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MoAA Interview #4: Shanna Germain

I was instantly struck by Shanna Germain the moment I met her. No, not physically, silly people — it was just one of those instant connections on a higher plain. Of course, she was already a very good friend of my very good friend Mary Robinette Kowal…and dear friends of my own dear friends are instantly cherishable to me….

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MoAA Interview #2: Chaeli

Last July, I was honored to launch my Month of Authors and Artists interviews with a Q&A from Tara, the model on the cover of Enchanted. This year, I’m thrilled to begin the month by bringing you an interview with Chaeli — the model on the cover of Hero! While the Hero cover has gone through multiple revisions, It’s…

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MoAA Interview #1: D.B. Jackson

Hello, everyone, and HAPPY JULY!  I’d like to welcome you all to Princess Alethea’s third annual MONTH OF AUTHORS AND ARTISTS. Kicking off things will be my good friend D.B. Jackson (aka David B. Coe), whose fantastic new book Thieves Quarry hits shelves TOMORROW. Thieves Quarry is the sequel to Thieftaker, a book I thoroughly enjoyed and reviewed here….

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