New Interview At My Bookish Ways

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mbwThe good folks over at My Bookish Ways have an interview up with yours truly where I talk about The Four Realms, as well as some of my influences. I also reveal a famous face that made me go completely fanboy and what I’m currently working on.

Check out the interview here

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