Latest Interview Posted in UK for Monday

And here it is, fresh from across the Atlantic, Sonnet O’Dell’s DUSTY PAGES interview of . . . moi (cf. July 22).  So many questions, so many answers.  Am I mostly a clean or a messy person?  That’s in terms of my writing habits, I presume.  Which do I find more embarrassing to write, violence or sex?  What are the most important attributes to staying sane as a writer?  What are books for?

What, indeed?  To find out, press here.  (And don’t forget all those interesting answers concerning THE TEARS OF ISIS; buy it for chills to counter the summer heat right here — and while you’re at it why not review it?  Amazon, B&N, Goodreads await. . . . 😉 )


  1. Enjoyable interview, Jim! I liked her questions, –giving you something to cut your teeth on, such as who you’d interview, and what books are good for! I also appreciated the ending lines about the four most important questions (attributed to lines said by Johnny Depp). Back to reading TEARS OF ISIS this afternoon.

  2. Thank you, and yes, let us all read THE TEARS OF ISIS 🙂 The neat thing about Sonnet’s questions was that I could be serious and (I’d like to hope) even a little enlightening with some, and yet there was room with some of the others to be a wise-ass too (e.g. question #6 or the end of #15).

    (By the way, for anyone counting, TECHNO-GOTH CTHULHU has been published, between the time I completed the interview and now, while AIRSHIPS & AUTOMATONS is, last I’ve heard, scheduled for this fall.)

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