AISFP 311 — Carrie Vaughn, Kitty Saves the World

Kristi Charish chats with New York Times Bestselling and urban fantasy author Carrie Vaughn. Carrie’s Kitty Norville series, about a werewolf who hosts a talk radio advice show for supernatural beings, comes to a close with Kitty Saves the World.

This episode is brought to you by The Forgotten Prince from Josh Hayes.
In book two of the Second Star series, Fighter pilot Lt. John McNeal narrowly escaped the powerful and deadly Regency and is desperately trying to come to grips with the truth about Neverland. New friendships are formed and new enemies are made as John struggles to find his place in this strange new world. They have a plan to win back their home and save their world, but there is one thing they haven’t counted on… 

Rumors of a new arrival bring the Lord of Neverland back to the city and he will stop at nothing to see that his power is unchallenged. His mission is simple: find the intruder from the Otherside, erase all memory of his existence and crush the resistance for good. 

The time for bedtime stories is over. The final battle for Neverland has begun. 

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In our episode with Carrie Vaughn:

“Kitty Saves the World” the final novel in the “New York Times “bestselling Kitty Norville series by Carrie Vaughn:

It’s all come down to this, following the discoveries made by Cormac in “Low Midnight, “Kitty and her allies are ready to strike. But, when their assassination attempt on the evil vampire Dux Bellorum fails, Kitty finds herself running out of time. The elusive vampire lord has begun his apocalyptic end game, and Kitty still doesn’t know where he will strike. 
Meanwhile, pressure mounts in Denver as Kitty and her pack begin to experience the true reach of Dux Bellorum’s cult. Outnumbered and outgunned at every turn, the stakes have never been higher for Kitty. She will have to call on allies both old and new in order to save not just her family and friends, but the rest of the world as well.

Kristi and Carrie discuss:

  • The final book in the Kitty Norville series
  • Whether there’s hope for a spin-off series
  • Challenges of switching back and forth between Kitty and the Golden Age series
  • Her view of the differences between literary fiction and commercial fiction
  • … and more.

Carrie Vaughn can be found on Facebook, Goodreads and her website.

Before the interview Brent and Kristi discuss 1.) the most recent verbal spat tied to the 2015 Hugo Awards ceremony as well as Sasquan’s response; 2.) socio-economic diversity in fandom; and 3.) a blog post about how one author tested the notion of gender bias in the novel submission process.

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