Five questions with Ada Hoffman

Five questions with Ada Hoffman

Space opera. Gods. AI. Female scientists. Lovecraftian-overtones. Ada Hoffman’s debut novel The Outside seemingly has it all! We asked her about writing autistic characters and why the development of AI’s is causing so much fear in society today. Why did...
Five questions with Amber Royer

Five questions with Amber Royer

Space opera and… chocolate?! What an intriguing mix! We just had to dig into what inspired Amber Royer’s Chocoverse series. Chocolate and sci-fi! These aren’t a traditional combination. How and why did you come up with this mix? One of my all-time...
Five questions with TJ Berry

Five questions with TJ Berry

I love Star Trek and Star Wars, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. People would constantly tell me that I had to like one or the other. Nonsense. I could – and do – simply like what I like. So while some people may baulk at TJ Berry’s mixing of genres tropes...
Five questions with Jaine Fenn

Five questions with Jaine Fenn

I love stories with skilled women who use their brains and hard-won know-how to solve problems. Jaine Fenn’s Shadowlands duology does just that, with a scientist as the protagonist. We spoke to Jaine about skilled female characters, what ‘science...
Five questions with Lauren C. Teffeau

Five questions with Lauren C. Teffeau

Here at Breaking the Glass Slipper, we love to support new writers. I was trawling a list of ‘debuts to be excited about in 2018’ some time ago and came across the description of Implanted by Lauren C Teffeau. Not only did the premise sound fascinating,...
Five questions with Jeannette Ng

Five questions with Jeannette Ng

I was lucky enough to be on a panel with the fabulous Jeannette Ng at FantasyCon 2017, where her debut novel Under the Pendulum Sun had its launch. The panel involved a kind of crowd-sourced Dungeons and Dragons that was both insane and incredibly fun. I’m not...