Friday, July 30, 2010
Posted by PeterWilliam at 4:40 PM
Let's say you've written a fairly well received work of speculative fiction. A stand-alone work of speculative fiction. What do you do if the publisher wants a follow-up work written? It's in interesting question, but largely because it's not a theoretical one. This actually happened to author S.A. Swann.
Swann explains how he handled the conundrum in a recent interview. An interview by fellow author, Jon Scalzi, no less. Head on over and enjoy yourself.