I'm really pleased to confirm that I'm taking part in the launch of Voyager's brand new website. The main feature that I'll be running is an exclusive interview with Stephen Hunt, author of The Court of the Air, The Kingdom Beyond the Waves, and The Rise of the Iron Moon. However, the interview is a little different to normal...as this time you guys get to ask the questions!
So, if you have a question you'd like Stephen to answer, please either post it in the comments section or alternatively send it to me in an email at speculativehorizons AT googlemail DOT com.
Here's the official line from Voyager on the launch of their new website:
"To help celebrate the launch of the brand new www.voyagerbooks.co.uk website, Harper Collins have teamed up with six of the best SF, Fantasy and book blogs/ websites from around the world to run a series of exclusive interviews with a selection of Voyager’s top authors.
Across early April each of these partner websites/ blogs will run an exclusive interview with one of the following Voyager authors: Kim Stanley Robinson, Cory Doctorow, D. B. Shan, Raymond Feist, Robin Hobb and Stephen Hunt. And this won’t be your standard interview stock either. Each partner site will be encouraging their readership to submit questions to be put forward to their allotted author.
Questions will be requested from the partner site’s respective readerships in early April and each of these interviews will go live on a specific day during the week-commencing 20th April 2009. Each web-ring partner site will promote each individual interview to their respective communities with a view to building ties between each of these partner sites.
By giving such unprecedented access to 6 of Voyager’s most recognized authors, Harper Collins is underlining its commitment to the digital medium and emphasizing the new online opportunities available through the launch of www.voyagerbooks.co.uk .
The partner blogs/sites include….Futurismic, Big Dumb Object, SFF Chronicles, SFF World, Speculative Horizons and Book Geeks."
So, if you ever had a burning question that you always wanted to ask Stephen (or even a more ordinary, not so burning one), now's your chance!