Although I don’t have the whole week planned out, I did want to give everybody a heads up about what’s coming up on Tuesday and Wednesday since I’m very excited about it! Content for the rest of the week and when it will be up will depend on just how fried I am in the evenings after work (and how quickly I can straighten up questions I’m putting together for an interview), but here’s what Monday through Wednesday will look like:
Review of The Sea Thy Mistress, the conclusion to Elizabeth Bear’s Edda of Burdens trilogy (a fantastic trilogy and an excellent book).
Interview with Freda Warrington, author of Elfland and Midsummer Night, part one. This interview grew a bit after the first round of questions since I then asked some more afterward, so I decided to split it in half. The first part is mostly going to be about Freda’s writing such as what’s coming up with her next Aetherial Tales book and which books in her backlist are good to start with for those who are new to her work (especially those of us in the US who have just discovered her with the publication of the first two Aetherial Tales books).
Interview with Freda Warrington, author of Elfland and Midsummer Night, part two. This part is mainly about general topics such as young adult books and ageism and sexism in literature.