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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

VAULTCAST! Exclusive Interview w/Best-Selling Dark Fantasy & Paranormal Fiction Writer Leanna Renee Hieber!

About a year ago, I had the distinct pleasure of meeting one of the true rising stars of dark fantasy and paranormal fiction, novelist Leanna Renee Hieber, through a mutual friend, KT Grant of the superb blog Babbling About Books and More. Since then, I've wanted to have her as a guest in the Vaultcast, and I finally did so just a few weeks ago. The result is posted here for your enjoyment, and I apologize in advance for getting it posted so late. Alas, such is the dilemma of a hyper-busy Vault Keeper.

Known for her Strangely Beautiful series, which has already been optioned as a musical theatre production, Ms. Hieber is now launching a brand new series that is sure to soon be the talk of dark fantasy and gothic young adult fiction circles: Magic Most Foul. Steeped in a deep appreciation of history and literature, she is a genre writer who is refreshingly proud of being a genre writer, and it was a real treat speaking with her.

So listen in as we chat about her work, as well as various literary and cultural non-sequiturs along the way. You can either listen on the embedded player below, or proceed to the Vaultcast page and download it for listening at your leisure...



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4 comments:

KB/KT Grant said...

I heart Leanna so much :)

Kristine said...

I hadn't heard of her before, but since I'm easily swayed by young adult fiction within the gothc fantasy genre and somewhat obsessed with British Victorian lit, I'll definitely check her out! Based on the very inspiring interview, she seems like a passionate and dedicated writer. :)

jervaise brooke hamster said...

If everybody in the world were to simultaneously watch "Poltergeist 3" i wonder if it would bring Heather O`Rourke back to life ?.

B-Sol said...

Katie, I heart her too! :-)

And Kristine, I can confirm that she is indeed a passionate and dedicated writer. Thanks for listening!

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