We've got a couple of exciting interviews coming up. Both Libba Bray and Leslie Livingston are being generous enough to do interviews with us!
We're so excited! Thank you, ladies!
As you know we already have Darklight by Lesley Livingston in the contest but will also be adding a separate contest for Darklight to coincide with the interview. (Thank you, Karen.)
And Going Bovine by Libba Bray is now the latest book added in the MegaBook Giveaway. (Thank you, Tracey.)
We are thrilled to be talking to both of these fantastic authors and we'd like your input.
We know what we'd like to ask but what questions would you like us to ask?
What do you want to know about authors in general?
What do you want to know about Ms. Bray and Ms. Livingston in particular?
In case you aren't familiar with these books, here the synopsises (or synopsis -es, or synopsizes... How in the heck do you pluralize the word synopsis?) Oh, well, here are a couple of plot blurbs.
"Much has changed since autumn, when Kelley Winslow learned she was Faerie royalty, fell in love with changeling guard Sonny Flannery, and saved New York City from a rampaging Faerie war band. When a terrifying encounter in Central Park sends Kelley tumbling into the Otherworld, her reunion with Sonny is joyful—but cut short. For they’ve been plunged into a game of Faerie deception and wavering allegiances in which the next move could topple a kingdom...or part them forever.
Cameron Smith, 16, is slumming through high school, overshadowed by a sister “pre-majoring in perfection,” while working (ineptly) at the Buddha Burger. Then something happens to make him the focus of his family's attention: he contracts mad cow disease. What takes place after he is hospitalized is either that a gorgeous angel persuades him to search for a cure that will also save the world, or that he has a vivid hallucination brought on by the disease.
Either way, what readers have is an absurdist comedy in which Cameron, Gonzo (a neurotic dwarf) and Balder (a Norse god cursed to appear as a yard gnome) go on a quixotic road trip during which they learn about string theory, wormholes and true love en route to Disney World.
We're really looking forward to your input!