SciFiWire interviews Patricia Briggs about her new series that begins with Cry Wolf. [excerpt] The novel follows 200-year-old werewolf Charles, who has a mate for the first time in his life. “Abused in her last pack and out of place in Montana, she presents challenge enough for any hunter,” Briggs said. “Just when he’s starting to figure her out, though, he has to go back to work. He’s the troubleshooter for the pack, and there’s a rogue wolf hunting in their territory. It shouldn’t be a tough assignment, so Anna accompanies him–a honeymoon of sorts. But the rogue werewolf might be the least of their worries.” [/excerpt]
Ann Aguirre, Shirley Damsgaard, Angie Fox, Tate Hallaway, and Karen MacInerney are group blogging at Something Wicked. Catch writing tips and news from these authors.
Neil Gaiman reveals the next book to be made available for free, building on the success of temporary-freebie American Gods, will be Neverwhere. Look for it this fall.