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So You Want to Write for A Franchise, Or Thanks for My New Kitchen, Mr Lucas: in the Lair with Karen Miller and Sean Williams
As readers of this column know, we regularly and without thought of consequences, kidnap our guests by means of a malfunctioning vortex manipulator. The problem with doing this to people who write Star Wars
So, two of my all-time favourite fictional characters aren’t actually in books, but on screen. And they were both created
Awesome comment from Karen Miller last night at dinner: Every character lives somewhere inside you.
… by talking to Karen Miller as part of their Women in Genre Fiction series 🙂
I remember way back in 2007 when I picked up Innocent Mage here in the UK, how blown away I was by your writing. I haunted your website and became all chatty with you via my livejournal account. You were always very gracious to all your readers
Karen Miller is a best-selling Australian fantasy author. She brought back the duopoly (take that trilogies!) … then she wrote some trilogies, too, and they were awesome (take that, duopolies!). Her work includes the Kingmaker, Kingbreaker duopoly, the Godspeaker Trilogy, two Stargate SG1 tie-ins, three Star Wars novels (including Stealth, which has just gone for a third printing), and, as
(Thank you, Lolcats)
I answer questions over here for the redoubtable Girlie Jones http://girliejones.livejournal.com/1553106.html.
Other far more interesting people like Karen Miller, Lisa Hannett, Peter M Ball and Garth Nix answer questions over here: