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Kate Elliott is a writing tour-de-force.   I read the Crown of Stars series as it was released in 1997 through to 2006 and found it marvellous.  The writing style and story carried me away from the first moment.  It was very difficult to wait for new books but waiting we all had to do.  It was very much worth it in the end though.

Kate has also written a science fiction series called Jaran as well as two more trilogies.

This may be a little known fact (or not) which I will share with you.  Kate Elliott is the pen name for Alis Rasmussen, who wrote a science fiction trilogy called the Highroad, which were released just before the Jaran series started.

Without further ado, here is Kate Elliott.

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The Author Interviews are growing, and here the second update.  Being bold with Kate Forsyth has made me brave enough to ask some of my other favourite authors.  Some of them agreed, so I can now confirm Peter V. Brett, Chris Stocking, Nick Harkaway, Marianne de Pierres, Steph Bowe and James Barclay as new guest interviewees.

Another three authors have confirmed. They are Brad Cotton, Tad Williams and Sean Williams. Dates have not been set for these interview as yet.

Friday 27 July – Claire Corbett

  • author of When We Have Wings, which has been shortlisted for the 2012 Barbara Jefferis Award

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After my success at interviewing Kate Forsyth over two wonderful blog posts Part 1 here and Part 2 here (the second one helped me have my biggest day on my blog!), I asked her if she could think of some writerly friends that may be willing to being interviewed as well.  Over time, I hope to have a series of interviews from authors covering all corners of the worls.

Lucky for me, Kate tweeted some names for me.  I approached them and what you see below is a list of authors that I will be interviewing in the near future.

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