Fantasy Author Lounge
Fantasy Author Lounge #22 – Interview With Travis Baldree
Fantasy Author Lounge #21 – Interview with Andy Peloquin
Fantasy Author Lounge #20 – Interview with Michael R. Miller
Fantasy Author Lounge #19 – Interview with Anthony Ryan
After a little break to launch a book and deal with the occasional complexities of life, I’m back with a new episode of the Fantasy Author Lounge. And who have we got in the Lounge this month? It’s none other than New York Times bestselling author ANTHONY RYAN.
Fantasy Author Lounge #18 – Interview with Brian Staveley
To celebrate the launch of his brand new epic: THE EMPIRE’S RUIN, we’ve got none other than Brian Staveley in the Fantasy Author Lounge this month!
Brian’s the Gemmell and r/Fantasy Stabby award-winning author behind the Chronicle of the Unhewn Throne. Brian was fascinating to speak to, especially regarding inspiration and writing style.
Fantasy Author Lounge #17 – Interview with Clayton W. Snyder & Michael R. Fletcher
It’s a first for the Fantasy Author Lounge – we’ve got not one but TWO authors in the lounge. Clayton W. Snyder and Michael R. Fletcher have snuck past security and muscled their way in to talk about NORYLSKA GROANS, their new co-authored grim, noir fantasy with a strong, early 1900s Russia vibe.
Fantasy Author Lounge #16 – Interview with Andrea Stewart
*trumpet fanfare* Make way for Andrea Stewart! Andrea is this month’s guest on the Fantasy Author Lounge, and she’s here to drop some serious info bombs on:
– The Bone Shard Daughter & Drowning Empire Series
– how inspiration can strike in the form of a chicken bone
– and writing processes
The Fantasy Author Lounge #15 – M.L. Spencer
After December’s book launch and the madness of new year, I’m back on top of the Fantasy Author Lounge Interviews. Our first guest for 2021 is the badass M.L. Spencer.
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Fantasy Author Lounge #14 – Interview with Christian / Miles Cameron
Fantasy Author Lounge #12 – Interview With T.L. Greylock
Who’s in this month’s Fantasy Author Lounge? It’s amazing epic and nordic fantasy author T.L. Greylock! I’ve been a fan of Taya’s Song of The Ash Tree trilogy, so when I heard about her new book Shadows of Ivory, launching TOMORROW, I had to invite her to the Lounge. We chatted about: – a unique […]
Fantasy Author Lounge #11 – Interview with Nicholas Eames
It’s that time again. A little late this month as I’ve had videos piling up, but we are back in the lounge, and this time, I got the chance to interview NICHOLAS EAMES, Gemmell Award-winning Canadian author of Kings of the Wyld and Bloody Rose. It was a true pleasure chatting to Nick, he was […]
The Fantasy Author Lounge #10 – ML Wang
Here’s a new Fantasy Author Lounge! This month I had the pleasure of chatting to #SPFBO winner ML WANG and her amazing Asian-inspired fantasy Sword of Kaigen. We wag our chins about: – self-doubt and writing– writing since childhood – badass martial arts and how they influence ML’s stories Thanks to ML Wang for joining […]
The Fantasy Author Lounge #9 – David Estes
It’s Fantasy Author Lounge, Quarantine Edition! This month, bestselling fantasy author of over 40 BOOKS David Estes joins me in the Lounge. David is the author of the Dwellers, Country and Fatemarked Sagas, and has sold a verified tonne of books. In this Lounge, we talk about: – Designing characters, and then putting them through […]
The Fantasy Author Lounge #8 – Derek Alan Siddoway
I’m back with another Fantasy Author Lounge! It’s the first one of 2020, and I’ve been tinkering with the format to make the Lounge interviews snappier and I’ve also lined a great load of guests for the rest of the year. First up is author/co-author of the Teutevar Saga, the Gryphon Riders Trilogy, and Djinn […]
The Fantasy Author Lounge #7 – AC Cobble
I’m back with another instalment of the Fantasy Author Lounge, and hey look – friendly fellow author Andrew Cobble has joined me in this month’s Lounge! AC is the author of the hugely popular Benjamin Ashwood series, and the new swashbuckling Cartographer series. We had a fun chat about: – Moving from a writing hobby […]
The Fantasy Author Lounge #7 – AC Cobble
The Fantasy Author Lounge #6 – Jeramy Goble
After a little summer hiatus, I’m back with another Fantasy Author Lounge. This month, I’m joined by fantasy and sci-fi author Jeramy Goble. He’s a delightfully funny chap with an honest and insightful approach to writing and publishing. We chat about a range of things, such as: – fantasy tropes – writing in the Bronze […]
The Fantasy Author Lounge #5 – Sam Hawke
It’s time for another Fantasy Author Lounge! This month, I’m joined by Australian author Sam Hawke – author of the award-winning City of Lies and Hollow Empire.
The Fantasy Author Lounge #4 – Timandra Whitecastle
I’m back with another Fantasy Author Lounge, and this time in the lounge, we have fantasy author Timandra Whitecastle! Timandra is an indie author and the writer behind The Living Blade Trilogy.
The Fantasy Author Lounge #3 – Michael J. Sullivan
I’m back with another episode of the Fantasy Author Lounge, and this month I’m joined by none other than Michael J. Sullivan – USA Today, New York Times, and Washington Post bestselling author.
He’s the mind behind the Legends of the Final Empire, the Riyria Chronicles, the Riyria Revelations, Hollow World, and I’m thrilled to have him pop into the Lounge!
The Fantasy Author Lounge #2 – Phil Tucker
We’re back with another instalment of the Fantasy Author Lounge! I’ve dragged another amazing fantasy author into the lounge and quizzed them on all things writing, fantasy and publishing. This month we talk to Phil Tucker, who is the author of the Chronicles of the Black Gate and Euphoria Online, and an expert self-publishing author.In this episode of the Fantasy Author Lounge, we find out:- what inspires the man known as Phil Tucker,- how to nail self-publishing in the current industry,- which
The Fantasy Author Lounge #1 – Dyrk Ashton
Here’s the first in a brand new series of video author interviews I’m calling the Fantasy Author Lounge. Throughout 2019, I’ll be interviewing a range of SFF authors about their writing practices, inspiration, publishing, marketing, and all sorts of fun stuff you might not know. We’re kicking off with the inimitable Dyrk Ashton, author of the fantastic and award-winning Paternus Trilogy, known social media menace, and all-round legend. Find out more about the mythology behind Paternus, what a