Aren’t I a lucky guy?

16 Aug

I still can’t believe I managed to set up an interview with Dr. Bova. 🙂 I guess it just goes to show that even legends are just human, and don’t mind speaking about their work and accomplishments. 🙂

Well, next up, I should have David Anthony Durham’s interview for you soon – it’ll be great to get some background on the writer and the story, so I can’t wait for that! David has let me know that he received the questions and that he’ll make time where he can to answer them, but as I’ve said many times before, I’ll be patient. 🙂

I’m about half-way with Jo Graham’s Black Ships, and I’m already thinking about questions for our interview, and then we’ll have Karen Traviss in early September! 🙂 I’ve been working on getting lots of other authors, but I’ll let you know as soon as I know who is next. 🙂

If I don’t post an update again this weekend, I hope you all have a wonderful relaxing weekend, and I hope you’re buying and reading!

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