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"Who in their right mind wouldn't want to read a book by Mark Barry!"  (Mary Quallo, St Louis)
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Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Interview Schedule

It's my pleasure to say that here at Green Wizard, we have three interviews coming up and one to be confirmed in the next two weeks.

Three popular Independent writers and a cover designer who is attracting rave reviews for her work. Can't wait.

On Sunday 22nd July, I'm interviewing Jessica McHugh.

Jessica is an author of speculative fiction that spans the genre from horror and alternate history to epic fantasy. A prolific writer, she has devoted herself to novels, short stories, poetry, and playwriting. She has had ten books published in three years, including "Rabbits in the Garden", "The Sky: The World" and the first three installments in her "Tales of Dominhydor" series. More info on Jessica's speculations and publications can be found at JessicaMcHughBooks.com.

I've seen her FB page and she looks a feisty and talkative character and I look forward to learning more about her, as I'm sure you will. You can find her here.

On Thursday 26th July, I welcome Suzanne van Rooyen.

Suzanne grew up in Johannesburg, South Africa but has since settled in Finland where she spends her days conjuring up strange worlds and quirky characters. Although she has a Master's degree in music, Suzanne prefers writing science fiction for young and adult readers. When not writing, she enjoys strumming her guitar and playing in the snow with her shiba inu.

You can find her work at

 http://suzannevanrooyen.com/ which is a lovely, clean and enjoyable website to visit. I'm looking forward to learning more about her too.

On Sunday, 29th July, I'll be talking to Dawn Smith of Dark Dawn Creations. 

She's designed and produced a shedload of innovative covers for e-books and paperbacks and has also written several novels,in the paranormal, romance and erotica genres including the several thousand selling Hailey's Coyote. There's a sequel in progress and the much awaited third segment of the intercontinental Fury Trilogy. 

You can find her at

www.darkdawncreations.com which very much focuses on her covers and you'll be able to see the full range of her work. She's also a bit of a cyber guru who knows her way around the Internet and she is always worth talking to.

On  Thursday August 2nd, I'll be talking to Toinette Thomas. We've spoken briefly, but I don't know much about her. Her books look very mysterious. Inititial acquaintances can be made here.

I'd like to thank R.Kyle Hannah and Wendy Steele for their candid and open interviews too, which can be found further down the blog! When I have twenty completed interviews, I'll collect them all in a sealed blog so that new writers and readers can see what the community had to say.

Thanks to Alan at E-Reader House as usual! An invaluable resource.

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