Books (our reviews)
Excerpt from The Iron Knight:
“Oh, hey, it lives!” Robin Goodfellow threw up his muddy hands in mock celebration. “I was afraid it had become a zombie or something.” He crossed his arms and smirked at me, mud streaking his red hair and speckling his pointed face.
“Did you hear me, ice-boy? I’ve been yelling at you for sometime now.”
Quick Q&A with Julie:
What is your writing space like?I have an office, with a desk in front of a window so I can see out. Unfortunately, the window faces the rising sun, so the blinds are usually drawn because the sun blinds me, lol. My desk has my laptop on it, several books stacked and scattered about at random, and a constant supply of empty soda cans everywhere. Caffeine, I can’t live without it.
Is there something you would like to say to your readers?Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Authors are nothing without readers, and I’m forever grateful to you for giving my books a chance. =)
Did you always plan on writing The Iron Knight along with the other books in the series or did it just happen somewhere along the writing process of the first three books?I had planned to stop with The Iron Queen. Meghan’s journey was done: she had grown into the woman I wanted her to be, and her story was over. But my wonderful editor convinced me that we couldn’t leave Ash and Meg like that, so near the end of The Iron Queen, I began thinking about continuing the story from Ash’s point of view; his quest to find a way back to his love.
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