AISFP 185 – Kelley Armstrong

‘They’ll stand amongst the corpses of the beloved.’ That’s what he said at the end, though I never considered myself one of the beloved, not at the beginning. I was simply a terrified woman then, but now… now I understand. Maybe I wish I didn’t. Eldon Thompson raves, “Readers with the fortitude to take the plunge stand to be rewarded with what may go down as one of the most ambitious, redefining forays into epic fantasy of all time.”

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Discover EULOGY by D. T. Conklin and Hotspur Publishng and enjoy many sleepless nights! And tell them AISFP sent you.

Show Notes:

New York Times Bestselling author Kelley Armstrong joins us to discuss her work, handling emails from young readers, violence vs. sex in novels and writing your passion.

Sword of the Ronin, a fantasy novel by Travis Heermann

Raygun Chronicles, an anthology of space opera short fiction in which Shaun will have a story, with your support.

 

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Comments

  1. Not fantasy, but Tana French uses a different pov character in each of her Dublin Murder Squad books. Typically she’ll take an unlikeable character from a previous book and make that the main character in the next one.

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