I’m two different people that are one and the same. I assure you, the motivational- speaker-personality you meet in real life IS the real me. So is the introverted, dark girl. We go hand in hand. Not surprising for a Gemini.
Science fiction and fantasy author K. Eason talks about her newest fantasy epic How Rory Thorne Destroyed the Multiverse, where the fairy tale trope of the princess needing to be rescued is turned about.
Characters like me–who look and love differently, whose minds and bodies don’t work like most–remain my constant, and the drive behind my work as an archaeologist is the same inspiration for my writing.
While the story is set in familiar surroundings — a dystopian society formed from a tense cooperative of scavengers, rovers and gangs rebuilding as best they can in the aftermath of a disaster — all of these groups are using a mall as their home base, and dealing with the space and resources issues that can cause makes for some interesting conflicts to explore.
Edgar Award-winning and New York Times Bestselling thriller author T. Jefferson Parker stops by to talk about The Last Good Guy, the third and newest novel in his Roland Ford private investigator series.