I have a positive cornucopia of links to share with you today.
First of all, Rowena Cory Daniells kindly invited me over to her blog to discuss Chronicles of the Tree, working at Weta and women writers in SFF. There’s also a book giveaway: if you can tell me which character you would have played from LOTR and why, you’ll be in to win a copy of ‘Samiha’s Song.’ The best answer over the course of the week will be chosen!
Secondly, I had the privilege of being interviewed on Bibliobuffet by Gillian Polack, as part of a most enjoyable three-way conversation with Alma Alexander and Cat Valente. The interview is long but chock full of fascinating information. If you’re bored of me blathering, read it just for Alma and Cat’s insights – wonderful.
Thirdly – it never rains but it pours – The Weta Cave in Miramar have confirmed that Frank Victoria will be giving a talk as part of an Obscura Day celebration on the 9th of April, speaking about his illustration work for Weta and for the Chronicles of the Tree.
And last but definitely not least, Helen Lowe has blogged about her experience of the earthquake on Supernatural Underground. Tomorrow, Thursday the 3rd, is also the UK release date for ‘Heir of Night’, and Helen has decided to donate $1 to the Red Cross appeal for every comment on her blog that day. I’ll be waving the red ‘Heir’ flag and linking to her post tomorrow. 🙂