Here at MyChronicle we love exclusive author content!
For our May sci-fi & fantasy book boxes Kate Mayfield and Stu Turton were kind enough to sign book plates and answer questions exclusively for our subscribers. I like to ask a variety of questions of our authors and one particular question I asked them both was to describe their respective books in just three words. As a treat just because it's Monday I shall share their answers with you all...
Stu Turton described The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle as "Agatha Christie's jam" which gives you a flavour of his extraordinary book as well as a taste of the brilliantly, funny interview he gave us!
Kate Mayfield described her book, The Parentations as "Immortality gone wrong" - three simple words which would definitely tempt me to read this book! I love explorations of the impact of immortality and extreme long life.
We were also thrilled to be able to include signed book plates from the authors all of our crime & mystery book box novels in May plus exclusive interviews with Leigh Russell and Mari Hannah, and a letter from Mari to our subscribers! I'll keep Leigh and Mari's interview questions and answers between us and the May box subscribers for now.
What questions would you like to ask future authors?
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