Check Out my Latest Interview on @LornaSuzuki ‘s Blog!

Recently Lorna Suzuki approached me with the intent of interviewing me for her awesome blog ‘All Kinds of Writing’. Considering Lorna is the author of the successful Imago series (which has been picked up by Toronto based studio Serendipity Point Films), I jumped at the chance!

You can check out my full interview here.

Alternatively, why not check out Lorna’s Imago series by starting with the first one, A Warrior’s Tale? You can check out the blurb below:

Imago Series Book 1 by Lorna Suzuki

Imago Chronicles: Book One, A Warrior’s Tale begins at the height of the turmoil that shall determine if indeed there will be a Third Age of Peace. Besieged by the enemy from the east and now immersed in war with soldiers of the Dark Army from the west, Nayla Treeborn and her people are about to engage in the next great war that will decide the fate of all mankind and
Elves in Imago.

In a desperate attempt to deliver word to the Elf king of Wyndwood andthose of the alliance for a call to arms, she is the last surviving messenger sent forth by her people. Now, trapped in a storm at the top of the world, she fights to survive the deadly elements in a strange land.

Despised by Elves and shunned by mortals, she must now find the courage to make a place in this world, and the compassion to save those who keep her at arm’s length. This adventure recounts the defining moments in her life that had forged her into a deadly warrior, a great captain and a legend amongst the people of Imago.

Lorna’s Links:


Alternatively, if you are a fan of ComicCon’s and are in the Seattle area at the end of March 2014, why not check out Lorna Suzuki in person? She will be appearing at Emerald City ComicCon during the Writer’s Block panel. You need to hurry if you want tickets for this event though as the 3-day tickets are already sold out and there is limited availability for Friday and Sunday tickets.


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When I'm not writing or crocheting, I'm training for the zombie apocalypse.
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