The Three Chicks After Dark are hosting a stop on our blog tour today, and Skye talks about what’s on her playlist:
I always hear authors talk about a specific playlist they listened to while writing. It’s both awesome and daunting. I see a list of ten to fifteen songs they listened to while writing their works, and I’m envious of such lists.
Because I’ve never had such lists…
And over at Cia Nordwell’s blog, Cia interviews all four of us about the book:
What was your first encounter with the Fair Folk—a story, a movie, or something else? How did it influence you?
Gus: I spent a lot of time as a kid at the local library, and when I discovered folklore and mythology, I read everything available. I was drawn to the contrast between them and mainstream children’s books. Instead of having a protagonist who was rewarded for good, folklore was populated by characters who were clever, mischievous, and even mean. I’m still very fond of moral ambiguity. I was also fortunate to grow up in a time when movies for young people weren’t as sanitized. The Wizards and The Labyrinth are only two examples.
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