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Interview with Ulff Lehmann author of Shattered Dreams

I am lucky enough to have Ulff Lehmann author of Shattered Dreams on the blog today. Welcome to my little goblin cave, it is a pleasure to have you here. Before we get started why don’t you tell us a bit about yourself and what Shattered Dreams is about. Ulff: I’m me. OK, that isn’t…

Interview With Author Django Wexler

The Infernal Battalion is the last book in the Shadow Campaigns series by Django Wexler. It will be hitting stores January 9th 2018 published by Ace. But since I am a Time Traveler I actually gave it an award last year in the Second Annual Goblin Awards .  We still have 5 days till the…

Interview with Ed McDonald

I just want to thank Ed McDonald for taking the time to do this interview. And now on to the questions!  If you could do it all over again, would you change anything in Blackwing? In all honesty, no. It’s easy to look back at something you made and think “Ah, I hate how the…

Interview with Jennifer M Baldwin and a Giveaway

I found some great books by following the Self Published Fantasy Blog Off also known as SPFBO last year. And while I am not a judge I am following even closer this year. Somehow I even talked a few of the contestants into doing an interview and giving away free books. The first in the…

Interview with author Drew Hayes

If you know anything about me you know I like a good laugh. And Drew Hayes has given me many great books with some great laughs. With his Spells, Swords, & Stealth

books and Forging Hephaestus but I think out of all his books Fred the Vampire Accountant has given me the most laughs. And I am supper happy to say Fred’s 4th book will be out in just a few days, I think Fred would appreciate the correct dates and everything so on 07/25/2017 to be exact. I got a chance to ask Drew some questions so of course I asked stupid ones. But he seamed to enjoy it, and hopefully he will be back again.

Author Interview with Jesse Teller

When I do an Email interview like this I usually just post it as is. But, Jesse has really given some in-depth responses on some of the questions so I will respond (in brackets like this)   If you could do it all over again, would you change anything in your FIRST book? I did…