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jimhines has the second in his bookseller interviews up here. The bookseller he interviewed this time is me :D.

I am happy -- honestly happy -- to expand on anything, or even to, you know, get it right the second time if I wasn't clear the first time.

But I am pinch-hitting at the store at the moment, so the actual answers will happen when after I leave it :).

ETA: In the interview I say "write one book a year, or less," and what I meant to say was: Write a minimum of one book a year, or more than one book a year, when you are first establishing yourself, because, etc.

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trektone
Apr. 14th, 2008 07:40 pm (UTC)
- More crazy stories, please!

- Tell us about stripping, if you would? (hee hee!)

- Was curious: did you like Morgan's BLACK MAN more than his other books? If so, why?

msagara
Apr. 15th, 2008 02:58 am (UTC)
- More crazy stories, please!

Are you trying to get me in trouble?

- Was curious: did you like Morgan's BLACK MAN more than his other books? If so, why?

This is actually the first Morgan I've read, so I have nothing to compare it to, and for some reason, since this one came out, we can't keep the other books in stock, so while I intend to read at least ALTERED CARBON, I frequently can't because I don't want to take it off our shelves.

But in and of itself, I adored this book. It has everything that I in theory don't love in a book, but Morgan understands people, which is probably the biggest thing that I do love in a book. And it was published as TH1RTEEN in the US, by Del Rey. I think it's Del Rey. This is the sound of me not going to amazon to check.
trektone
Apr. 15th, 2008 08:43 pm (UTC)
Morgan & Black Man
Yes, Del Rey.

TH1R
TE3N

So much the ick. Oh, well. Because I'm me I have the Gollancz hc, the Del Rey hc, and the Orion pb.

Morgan's next book is a fantasy. I'm worried.
msagara
Apr. 15th, 2008 08:54 pm (UTC)
Re: Morgan & Black Man
Morgan's next book is a fantasy. I'm worried.

/bonk