Some more nice news just rolled in today — my interview at the Fangs, Fur, & Fey Web site is now live! Fellow author Devon Monk asked some great questions about my new book, and I tried to give some pithy-sounding answers.
I sorta like this description of how I look at the revising process:
I like seeing the months or years of work start to come together, like the last few months of work on a skyscraper, as all the windows and glass are put in place and the steel infrastructure disappears, leaving you with a gleaming tower full of secret rooms and amazing views in a place that used to be empty space.
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After reading over this interview, along with my nifty Booklist review recently, I’m starting to really get excited about seeing A Gathering of Doorways in print now. The release got pushed back a couple weeks due to issues with the cover, but I’m hoping by mid-November you’ll be able to snag yourself a copy of my “(dis)comfort reading” novel…
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I like that description of revisions, too. I’d never thought about it that way, but it makes sense. Too bad about the release date for A Gathering of Doorways. Make sure to tell us when it does come out.
Thanks for the update on the book’s release, Mike! I’ll post my blog review of it close to the launch date, 🙂
Thanks, K.S.! I will definitely let ya know when the book is available. I hate that it’s gonna be late, but I shouldn’t be surprised…
Hey Mahesh! Nice to hear from you again! And thanks.