Kemp on ‘The Godborn’

September 27, 2013 at 10:22 am | Posted in Books, Fantasy | 1 Comment
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Author Paul S. Kemp has a new Forgotten Realms book coming out next week. The Godborn is the second book in The Sundering series and stars his beloved characters from the Erevis Cale series. Over on io9, they have a cool interview with Paul discussing his new book.

Let’s start by talking about Erevis Cale, who spends a lot of time off-stage in The Godborn, but it still very central to the story. How was that character created, and how has he evolved over the years? And who would play him in the Hollywood blockbuster?

Paul S. Kemp: Well, when a boy with an affinity for shadows loves a girl with an affinity for shadows very much, then….

Oh, you mean something else. Uh, okay.

Cale actually came out of a closed call put out by WotC in 1999-2000, for what would later become the “Sembia Series.” Now, the Sembia Series was a very cool idea from Wizards. Essentially seven authors were each going to write first a novella and then a novel featuring one of the characters in the household of a wealthy Sembian merchant family. Intrigue! Secrets! Swordplay!

Click here to read the full interview. Paul will also be on Dungeon Crawlers Radio tonight, so be sure to give it a listen (6:00 PM MT). If you haven’t ordered The Godborn yet, you can head on over to Amazon or any of your favorite retailers. It will be out in hardcover, digital and audiobook formats on October 1st. If you haven’t read the first book in The Sundering series, don’t worry, this is truly a standalone book as far as that series is concerned. However, if you haven’t read any of the Erevis Cale books, especially the Trilight War Trilogy, then you will miss out on some of the greater context. That said, there’s a lot of good stuff in the book, so if you want to dive in, you certainly can.

We’ll have our interview with Paul S. Kemp and our full review next week, so be sure to check back in on Tuesday.

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Around the Web

September 27, 2013 at 10:10 am | Posted in Around the Web, Conventions, Events, News, Regular Feature, Star Wars, Star Wars News, Star Wars Rebels, Television, The Clone Wars, Video Games | Leave a comment
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Here’s this weeks Around the Web gathering up book, movie, con news and more.


  • Editor Jennifer Heddle revealed the title for the sequel to William Shakespeare’s Star Wars by Ian Doescher–William Shakespeare’s The Empire Striketh Back.

Speaking of Quirk — am currently reading the manuscript for WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S THE EMPIRE STRIKETH BACK and loving it.

  • SF Signal has a piece asking different authors what authors influenced them when they were young. Among the authors is Martha Wells. You can check it out here.
  • Target Audience Magazine has an interview with author Timothy Zahn.
  • You can check out the cover art for Tim Lebbon‘s upcoming novella Still Life here.
  • Star Wars comic writer Tom Taylor is part of a kickstarter project for a horror anthology called In the Dark. They’re halfway to their goal and still have 33 days to go.

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‘Razor’s Edge’ Roundup

September 27, 2013 at 8:59 am | Posted in Books, Interview, Reviews, Star Wars, Star Wars Books | 1 Comment
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There’s been a lot of promotion with the release of Empire and Rebellion: Razor’s Edge by Martha Wells. Below is a roundup of reviews, interviews and extras.


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