An interview with Mark Lawrence

  This time last year many of your readers were eager to find out how you can follow up the epic trilogy of Jorg Ancrath with a new series. How was the feedback you received since in general? Prince of Fools has proved very popular – it has a much higher score on Goodreads and…

An interview with David Jackson

Please tell us a little about yourself and how you met Mark. Well, I’m a software engineer by day, father and husband by night, and occasionally I write stories. I’d been a pretty serious writer as a kid, but sorta fell out of it in college as life got in the way. Then, just a…

An interview with T.o. Munro

. Please tell us a little bit about yourself. I used to live in Kent, but moved to Belfast last year, where my wife’s family are from. I have four daughters. I teach science and read a lot of history. Much as I enjoy listening to music – especially sad songs by female soloists –…

About ME

Following this recent reddit thread ‘Mark Lawrence interviews Myke Cole’ and various other things I came across on the internet I felt I had stop hiding behind the dashboard and make it clear that though this site is dedicated to Mark Lawrence, and his works, it’s not him who manages it, but me. He very…

An interview with Myke Cole

  Please tell us a little bit about yourself. My right leg is a little off center. If I point both my knees straight ahead, my left foot also points straight ahead, but my right foot points off at an angle. I only noticed it a few years ago, and I have no idea if…

An interview with T. Frohock

  Please tell us a little bit about yourself. I am a dark fantasy and horror author who sometimes gets thrown into the grimdark category. I am the author of Miserere: An Autumn Tale; a novella The Broken Road; a novelette written with Alex Bledsoe called Hisses & Wings; and several short stories, which are…

The Liar’s Key Writing Contest

  This post is to announce a writing contest, where you can win a signed (or dedicated) Advance Reading Copy of Mark Lawrence’s highly anticipated new novel: THE LIAR’S KEY  which is provided as prize for this competition by ACE Books The Rules: Submit your entry, which is no longer than 300 words (without title) …