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Re: Lauren Weedman - A Woman Trapped in a Woman's Body

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Re: Matt Ruff on Bad Monkeys

Lori ·
Well. This is VERY intriguing. And not what I thought "Bad Monkeys" would be about at ALL!
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Re: Matt Ruff on Bad Monkeys

chris ·
Excellent book btw! It's one of those "can't put em downers"
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Re: Matt Ruff on Bad Monkeys

Steven ·
Great work, Paul and Chris! I laughed throughout. For more information on Bad Monkeys (by Matt Ruff), visit: areyouabadmonkey.com
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Re: Matt Ruff on Bad Monkeys

Former Member ·
I'm intrigued.. The story sounds much more interesting than I would have thought. Looks like I will have to learn to read again! I have gone through the house and removed all pictures with eyes on. Problem, if the book has eyes on it, should I buy it? I will keep my eyes open (not a pun) for any monkeys on the wall stuff, and you can be sure that I will take a picture if I find anything, but I'm a long way from London. If they make a movie I think it would be a bit like Gattaca but more ...
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Re: Matt Ruff on Bad Monkeys

Paul Gude ·
James, I've come up with a solution. All you need to do is take a piece of black electrician's tape and put it over the eyes. Problem solved.
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Re: Matt Ruff on Bad Monkeys

Former Member ·
But Paul I won't be able to see anything!
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Re: Matt Ruff on Bad Monkeys

Paul Gude ·
Don't think I won't whip out a Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal reference on you, James.
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Re: Matt Ruff on Bad Monkeys

Former Member ·
I am busy scratching my name on its list now, that should fool it.
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Re: Mark Ferrari Interview

Lori ·
I love the artwork. I may have missed this....but did he illustrate his book, as well?
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Re: Mark Ferrari Interview

SuBe ·
Very well done! I'll have to check this one out. Loved the Chronicles of Narnia. Ferrari expressed himself in such a way as to inspire while showing what inspired him. I like his three lessons learned! Reality check!
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Re: Mark Ferrari Interview

St. Joby ·
Hi Lori. Mark Ferrari here. (Author of The Book of Joby) In regard to your question about whether I illustrated my own book, the answer is, not really. There's a little dragon on the cover breething fire on an 'O' in the title, which was clipped out of a larger piece of my art - (in fact, the piece of art shown in Paul's video interview with me). But the larger piece of my art once slated to decorate the cover was vetoed at the last minute when buyers for the big book chains told Tor, (the...
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Re: Mark Ferrari Interview

St. Joby ·
Hi SuBe. Glad you liked the three lessons. They really are invaluable. I wear a helmet almost everywhere now: to bed, in the shower ... ;-) But seriously, I had a blast doing this interview with Paul, and am glad you found some inspiration there. If you do check out the book, I hope you'll tell us what you thought - good or bad. All reconnaisance is good reconnaisance. ... (did I spell that wright?) :-)
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Re: Mark Ferrari Interview

sbevis ·
Very nice. Some people never learn the lessons of life, let alone be able to define them. Keep up the good work.
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Re: Mark Ferrari Interview

Paul Gude ·
Although we didn't get to it in the interview, Mark's got another novel in the works. We'll have more on it in the future!
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Re: Mark Ferrari Interview

SuBe ·
We went to Barnes and Nobel and purchased your first book...at first we could not find it so we asked for assistance...you'll be happy to hear the lady who helped us said "oh that one, I remember it clearly, it stands out because of the unusual cover" and indeed she found it for us! St. Joby, just out of curiosity, have you read The Stand by Stephen King? It is about the fight between good and evil too...nightmare material.
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Re: Mark Ferrari Interview

St. Joby ·
Hey SuBe, thanks for giving my little tale a try! Hope you enjoy the read. I have not, in fact, ever read The Stand. Joby's quest does get a little grim at times, ... well, pretty DARN grim at times, but there's humor and wonder in there too. I have never liked books that just drag you through the mud for 90 miles only to leave you in the middle of a bog at the end ''cause that's the human condition,' and I hope not to have written one. I think the end of a tale should leave you with...
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Re: Jay Lake

Paul Gude ·
One thing that was cut from the interview is the fact that the sequel to Mainspring, Escapement, has some awesome cover art as well. Jay gave me a link to the image, and it was too good not to show. I hope to follow up with Jay when Escapement is released!
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Re: An Interview with Mo Willems

SuBe ·
Love your new intro for this site...good job! Never heard of this guy but will have to check him works out the next time I go to the library. Jillian will problably enjoy those. Thanks, Paul, well done.
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Re: An Interview with Mo Willems

Paul Gude ·
He is definitely worth a look, and my favorite children's author to read to Betty.
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Re: The Wheel of Darkness with Douglas Preston

Lori ·
This sounds like an interesting book. I know someone who might enjoy it.
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Re: The Wheel of Darkness with Douglas Preston

Julie H. ·
Great interview! I have read all of Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child's books (whether written together or individually) and am a huge fan of the Pendergast series (although I'm a bit tired of his evil brother). Looking forward to seeing Constance Greene have a greater role in this book.
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Re: Lauren Weedman - A Woman Trapped in a Woman's Body

Lori ·
OK, apparently NOW I have to watch for Paul hitting himself?? Nice interview!
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Re: Lauren Weedman - A Woman Trapped in a Woman's Body

Paul Gude ·
It's only a problem during screaming matches, which I rarely have in the office.
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Re: Lauren Weedman - A Woman Trapped in a Woman's Body

Lori ·
Luckily....
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Re: Chris Jericho - A Lion's Tale: Around the World in Spandex

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Re: Cherry Adair's Rat Story

sbevis ·
I'm thinking that was a video moment if ever there was one. Now I can put a face with the Cherry Adair books. Thanks Paul.
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Re: Cherry Adair's Rat Story

Paul Gude ·
She really is something else. I hope to interview her again when her next book comes out.
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Re: Cherry Adair's Rat Story

Former Member ·
One comment, when you post could you state where the interview took place? The location here looks as interesting as the interview. I see you like ice water Paul, That is water is it not? Don't you just love cats?
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Re: Cherry Adair's Rat Story

Paul Gude ·
Hi, James. Normally we name the location. Since this was conceived as a companion piece to the White Heat interview , I left it out. The location is the same for both interviews. Cherry Adair's awesome house.
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Re: Cherry Adair's Rat Story

Former Member ·
It looks lovely, she is an impressive person. Sorry I got to the rat interview first.
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Re: Cherry Adair's Rat Story

Lori ·
What a great test of composure. My sister had a cat named TC, but I can't remember what it stood for....
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Re: Cherry Adair's Rat Story

Former Member ·
That's a great story - aren't cats wonderful? they think we should be so grateful . . . My TC was whatever seemed appropriate at the time - he started out as "Tough Cat" (from the way he behaved when he was small enough to fit into my hand, but still managed to hiss at and threaten the two great big dogs, who thought I had brought them a snack!) - then he turned into "Talkative Cat" (the noisiest cat I have ever known, bar none), or "Terrible Cat" (when we were REALLY sick of the talking . .
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Re: An Interview with Emma Bull and Will Shetterly

Lori ·
Well, I love Neil Gaiman, so if HE likes them, they are worth checking out.
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Re: An Interview with Emma Bull and Will Shetterly

sbevis ·
How refreshing to hear an author promoting using the library. Good interview and filiming guys. Keep 'em coming. Now, how bout a little more about the actual book? Have you read them?
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Re: An Interview with Emma Bull and Will Shetterly

Paul Gude ·
Yes, I enjoyed both books! "Territory" is what Emma likes to call a "Secret History" book. The events *could* have happened the way they're described, and history wouldn't reflect it. It's a nice mix of old-west and fantasy. "The Gospel of the Knife" explores a very interesting idea regarding religious traditions, set in what is an interesting modern fantasy landscape. You can actually check out "The Gospel of the Knife" online, here: http://qwertyranch.blogspot.co...gospel-of-knife.html...
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Re: Cherry Adair's Rat Story

Tina ·
Isn't Cherry great. I believe she used to be an interior designer. Her whole house is awsome and each room has a theme. Her dogs have interesting personallities as well. The last time I was there, the dogs kept coming to the sliding glass door and staring at us. And, if the front door wasn't locked, the dogs would open it and come and say hi. Well, they wanted the treats that were in the cookie jar too. Very smart and very friendly.
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A Version of the Truth

Paul Gude ·
I caught up with authors Karen Mack and Jennifer Kaufmann in Seattle to discuss their novel A Version of the Truth. “Engaging.... A thoughtful version of the girl-done-good tale.”—Kirkus Reviews “Delightfully merging humor,...
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An Interview with Emma Bull and Will Shetterly

Paul Gude ·
I talked with Emma Bull and Will Shetterly as they swung through town on their book-signing tour for Territory and Gospel of the Knife. ...the old adage goes rules are made to be broken- WHEN you can pull it off. And man, does Shetterly ever pull it...
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An Interview with Mo Willems

Paul Gude ·
I got a chance to talk with beloved children's author/illustrator Mo Willems on his recent tour to promote Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity. "...anyone who fell in love with the first "Knuffle Bunny" two years ago will pounce on this...
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Cherry Adair's Rat Story

Paul Gude ·
Best-selling romance author Cherry Adair relates a pivotal moment from her writing career. For more on Cherry Adair, please visit her award-winning web site.
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Chris Jericho - A Lion's Tale: Around the World in Spandex

Paul Gude ·
Paul Gude sat down with New York Times bestselling author Chris Jericho to talk about wrestling, his budding acting career, and the supernatural powers of Kenny Rodgers. Imagine that This is Spinal Tap was about wrestling—and true...Heavyweight...
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Jay Lake

Paul Gude ·
I got a chance to talk with Jay Lake about his new book, Mainspring. We also talked about several of his other books, his trip to Japan, and a little about Mandarin. Lake's steampunk-esque alternative nineteenth century is an astonishing, marvelous...
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Lauren Weedman - A Woman Trapped in a Woman's Body

Paul Gude ·
I got a chance to speak with writer/performer Lauren Weedman about her new book A Woman Trapped in a Woman's Body: (Tales from a Life of Cringe) Weedman has an avid following for her gutsy plays and one-woman performances, but her bedrock to fame is...
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Mark Ferrari Interview

Paul Gude ·
I got a chance to talk to author Mark Ferrari about The Book of Joby, and his transition from artist to writer. With its winning combination of King Arthur and the Book of Job, this book deserves to stand on the bookshelf next to C.S. Lewis'...
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Matt Ruff on Bad Monkeys

Paul Gude ·
I met with Matt Ruff to discuss his latest heroine, Jane Charlotte, and her world of Bad Monkeys. A recent New York Times Book Review said the book is, "...highly entertaining. It moves fast and keeps surprising you." Special thanks to Queen Anne...
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