Monday, August 2, 2010


Yesterday was a 3:00 a.m. day. As in I was up until 3:00 a.m. finishing the second draft of the climax for Salvation (Salva & Beth are OK with this, especially as it was Aurelia's fault since I received my first ARCs for Exile and stayed up until 5:00 a.m. the night before reading one).

Blogging, however, did not happen. Or walking. Or paying bills. Or lawn-mowing. Yeah, yeah, you don't care.

But as recompense, I have a treat for this morning. Christine posted my most recent interview on her blogsite, Reading on the Dark Side, so I am sending you all over there!

And for those of you wanting the summary for Salvation (so that you can actually have a clue what I've been blogging about), the summary is hidden, somewhere in the middle of that lovely interview. Enjoy!

Christine's Interview:

(who will someday have to learn how to make her blog look as spectacular as Christine's, but for now is going to go help Beth deal with a phone call.


  1. Loved the interview. :) Your love for the Peter Pan story made me wonder, though: can we ever expect a Neverland-esque world in one of your upcoming stories/ideas?

  2. Really enjoyed the interview and looking forward to both Exile and Salvation more than ever.

  3. Great interview! Exile Arcs?! Exciting! Can't wait to read the book. Also - can I put in a plug for the Academy 7 sequel? That is my fave of your books and I really want to keep reading about Dane & Aerin!

  4. EXILE is all about exploring Tyralt, from the Fortress of the Asyan to the sunsets of the frontier to the sculpted red sands of the Geordian. So, I suppose in its way, it is my Neverland. At least the first one.