Interview with me at Kobo Writing Life

Mark Lefebvre, Kobo Writing Life Director, interviewed me back in September prior to the release of my novel, THE WOLF AT THE END OF THE WORLD, for a Kobo Writing Life podcast. Outside of his day job, Mark is a talented writer himself, writing horror and other speculative fiction under the pen name of Mark Leslie. And as if all of that wasn't enough to keep Mark busy, he's also edited several anthologies, some of which I've been lucky enough to be in (Campus Chills, North of Infinity II) as well as writing a couple of non-fiction titles, Haunted Hamilton and the recent co-authored Haunted Sudbury.

Mark and I talked about a lot of things in a wide-ranging interview that you can check out here. Topics included:

  • How I started writing
  • My new novel The Wolf at the End of the World and how it grew out of my very first short story "Spirit Dance"
  • My career as a short-fiction writer and the importance of taking advantage of reprint rights
  • My foreign language sales in 25 languages in 30 countries
  • Ebook publishing my backlist
  • The adaptation of “By Her Hand She Draws You Down” into a short film
  • My penchant for writing fiction that references Bruce Springsteen’s music

Here's the link to the interview. Enjoy!

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