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Round-up of latest media appearances. Over at Working Title Blogspot, EM Swift-Hook and Jane Jago (whose novella I loved) granted me an interview. They asked only three questions, but ones that were completely outside the normal selection I see with author interviews: Q3: Who, outside of family and friends, would you most want to read […]

Yes, me again. But also Felix. Cause we all love Felix. He interviews better than me anyway. K. Caffee, a prolific author of epic fantasy and creator of the mischievous Pukah, runs a series where she interviews both the authors and their characters. The interviews are not done via prepared questions, but rather as an […]

Two interview thingies (that’s a technical term): First, an interview with me by fellow author Martin Wisely. If you ever wondered what lies behind the official blurbs, check this out: wilseymc.blogspot.com.au/2015/12/fast-friday-indie-interviews-assaph-mehr.html Second, for those who do not know, I also run a blog dedicated to interviewing characters out of book. Yep, the characters. It’s a great […]

Some interesting articles about writing in these modern times. (And no, it has nothing to do with NaNoWriMo — though my best wishes to anyone surfacing for air from that 🙂 Instead, this article deals with several aspects of writing — from the story-telling to the actual chicken-scratching-on-dead-trees. First, an inspiring and encouraging piece from […]

For those unaware, SPFBO (Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off) is the indie equivalent of Thermopylae — 300 entrants and only one winner. It’s rough, brutal, and very prestigious. There are 10 blogs (some with multiple bloggers) judging 30 books each, and then the 10 finalists are judged with the help of Mark Lawrence for a single final […]