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My next novel will be Lovecraft Country

Since last summer I’ve been working on a new novel. I’ve finished about a quarter of the manuscript and have a rough outline of the rest, and last month I decided it was time to send it to my editor … Continue reading

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Goodbye 2012

Paul Constant, who is nominally the Books Editor for the Seattle Stranger — though lately his duties seem to have expanded to writing half the content of the paper — invited me to contribute to the annual Regrets Issue, in … Continue reading

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In which I am interviewed by Chuck Wendig

The formidable penmonkey Chuck Wendig, author of Double Dead, Blackbirds, and Mockingbird, was kind enough to interview me for his Terribleminds blog, and our Q&A was posted this morning. I talk about my writing, my favorite curse words, the time … Continue reading

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Reader Q&A: Research + thoughts on YA

Commenter Cody asks: How much research did you do [for The Mirage], and was there a point when you felt your head was about to explode? I did a lot of reading—history of Iraq and the Middle East, biographies of … Continue reading

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Wanted: a Lovecraftian time & space travel superhero drama with a side of Borges

So I’ve been tracking the results of last Wednesday’s poll about what genre you’d like to see me tackle next. “Lovecraftian horror” took a surprise early lead, but “SF involving space travel” has since caught up, “Time travel” and “People … Continue reading

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What genre should my next novel be in?

One of my goals between now and The Mirage‘s publication is to figure out what novel I want to write next. I’ve got some specific ideas I’ll be blogging about, but first, a more general question. Mostly by chance, I’ve … Continue reading

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