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Old March 17 2013, 11:40 AM   #1
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Ben Aaronovitch and Joe Abercrombie

Morning, folks -

I manage to get across here so rarely these days, but I realised I'd been negelecting my buds, and I miss you!

Last year I had been posting links to the interviews I had been doing for my website, but things got busy, so with apologies for my tardiness, my recent fantasy authors -

Ben Aaronovitch, author of the Rivers of London series (Midnight Riot, as it was Stateside) and the classic Doctor Who stories Remebrance of the Daleks and Battlefield, plus many Blake's 7 audioplays -

http://www.geekchocolate.co.uk/index...view&Itemid=68

I have to say, Ben was one of the least efficient interviews I've ever done - we both spent far too much time laughing!

And Joe Abercrombie, author of the First Law trilogy, and more recently The Heroes and Red Country -

http://www.geekchocolate.co.uk/index...view&Itemid=68

I hope y'all enjoy!
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Old March 17 2013, 08:37 PM   #2
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Re: Ben Aaronovitch and Joe Abercrombie

Nice, 2 separate threads to promote your site. I like spam.
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Old March 17 2013, 09:54 PM   #3
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Re: Ben Aaronovitch and Joe Abercrombie

No, two separate threads to let my friends who are interested in these authors know there are in depth interviews with them online; I would have done it in one, but the title of thread doesn't allow sufficient characters, so I split them into those primarily known for science fiction and those primarily known for fantasy. If I was spamming, I would have posted each of them in a separate thread in multiple forums, and the other two interviews I didn't mention.

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