Monday, August 16, 2010

Interview with Carolyn Crane and Mind Games Giveaway

Mind Games (The Disillusionists Trilogy, #1)

Hi everyone, so I had the honor to interview Carolyn Crane recently, and below is that every interview. You can view it in that box or you can click the square button on the right next to the zoom + button to view it in a new window, or you can read the interview in full if you follow this link HERE Also Carolyn is offering up a signed copy of Mind Games, a very good book I might add, just comment with your E-mail address and be entered to win. You do not have to be a follower but it is appreciated. Also A big thank you to Carolyn for the interview/ giveaway and for writing a fantastic book!


  1. Must comment and leave your E-Mail address to win if you don't you won't count
  2. Open to US and Canada only
  3. Try and comment on the interview 
  4. Or tell us why you want to read the book
  5. Also don't comment and say you couldn't read the interview unless the link is broken or something else legitimate is wrong, I gave you a BIG link, and you can read it in the box it has a zoom.


Smash Attack! said...

This book is soooooo good! Thanks for the interview! :)

Bethany C. said...

Great interview! I especially like the answer talking about romantic tension/gratification (and I don't mean that word in a gross way). I think it was right on, but everyone has their personal preferences. And what was up with the beret guy? Did he think it protected his head, or was it to protect him from people pointing to his baldness? I really wanted to start this series (giant TBR pile be damned) but after reading this, I want to read it more.

Meredith said...

Coming from a family with a bunch of hypochondriacs, I'm not sure your advice would work, in the real world. It just seems to egg them on.

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Carrie at In the Hammock Blog said...

how interesting that you write your drafts by hand!! Thanks for the great interview!! I second the choice for Maggie :)

thank you for the contest!!

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Nicole said...

Great interview! I can't wait to read this book, it's been in my TBR pile and coming up to the top!!

Bella said...

ooh, I loved this interview for several reasons! It didn't give away any spoilers but still had explanations to things I found interesting, and I also can see what you mean about writers not being to experience their own work as a reader would. This amuses me cause I have a couple friends who write but are always not convinced it's anything good, and I'm like "but I love it! pleeease finish it!" lol

writtenwyrdd said...

It's an excellent read, and I already have it so I do not need to win another copy, lol.

I'm looking forward to the next book, coming out in September.

Teril said...

I have been seeing this book at our local bookstore and wanted to pick it up for awhile, but alas no extra pocket money for it. I loved the interview and this author looks like quite a read, so I will have to follow her. I would love to win a copy ;)

Abhishek Duggal said...

It was interesting to see an interview posted in Google Docs and it was a good one too!

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Sandy said...

If I read about someone (fictional or real) with a disease I start to imagine I've got the symptoms. Luckily I can stomp myself back into reality pretty quickly.

Anonymous said...

I liked the interview style. It wasn't the same ole questions. I write my early stuff by hand too.
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