Introducing the 2017 Fantasy Extravaganza

Back in 2015 I had the chance to interview a variety of YA authors with fantasy novels out that year, and while my intention was to have it be an annual thing I was so busy last year that it didn't get done.  This year though, I'm more on top of things and decided that because so many people seemed to enjoy it I thought I should attempt to do it again.  So I made a list and sent a whole bunch of emails and even though it was on somewhat short notice the majority of the authors I contacted got back to me and said they would be happy to participate.  All in all, I ended up with what I think is a pretty spectacular lineup of authors that includes both debut and established fantasy authors.  With that, I would like to invite you all to check out the



Starting next week I'll be posting two interviews a week, one on Tuesday and one on Friday!  I'm still putting the final pieces into place, so I can't release the whole schedule, but I'll be sure to at least update the list on Saturday or Sunday with the names of the authors that will be featured that week so you have something to look forward to.  Check out the list (and the updates as I post them) below.

September 19 - Kendare Blake (Three Dark Crowns/One Dark Throne)
September 22 - Margaret Rogerson (And Enchantment of Ravens)
September 26 - TBA
September 29 - TBA

I'll be linking to the interviews as they go up, and make sure to check out each one if only because every interview you comment on will get you an extra entry in the giveaway, which will include both a US and an international giveaway for the winner's choice of one of the books featured, along with a few other prizes TBA as the authors of those books are announced.

US Giveaway

International Giveaway

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PLEASE don't enter this giveaway unless you live outside of the US.

5 comments:

  1. I know it'd probably be extremely hard, but I'd really love to see Cassandra Claremont being interviewed for her new book lord of shadows! Thanks!

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  2. Fantasy is my favorite genre to read because of all of the time and creativity it takes to develop an entire world. Hmm...I would love to see Rae Carson, Sarah Raasch, Marie Rutkoski, or Sherry Thomas.

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  3. Really excited for Even the Darkest Stars by Heather Fawcett. I would love to see interviews with Tochi Onyebuchi and S.A. Chakraborty, can't wait for their book releases.
    Thank you for generous giveaway!!

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  4. Matt de la peña,he will write Superman's ya novel

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