If anyone's interested….

There’s a new Q & A interview thingie up over here. It’s a newish blog called Dribble of Ink that has reveiws, author interviews, and stuff like that….

I have a tendency to rant and/or pontificate, so this is actually just half of a longer interview. I think he’ll be posting part two in a couple of days.

And for those of you who were asking, don’t worry, I’m going to get around to the other piece of the Wiscon post soon. It’s just been a busy couple of days….


This entry was posted in InterviewsBy Pat10 Responses


  1. chriSchaeffer
    Posted June 9, 2007 at 2:27 PM | Permalink

    You are truly the wittiest author I have ever not met, and I have never met an author, though I would assume they actually exist.

  2. Josie
    Posted June 9, 2007 at 4:12 PM | Permalink

    Oh my goodness! When I saw that your favorite book was The Last Unicorn, I nearly had a conniption. I can remember going to the nearby movie store when I was in preschool and renting the animateed movie every single time. I’ve never read the book because I can’t find it, and honestly haven’t thought about it in forever. The fact that the last time I watched the movie was when I was illiterate might have something to do with it.Whew. So I was a bit excited. I’m looking foward to the next part of the interwiew!

  3. Pat
    Posted June 9, 2007 at 7:30 PM | Permalink

    You should really find a copy. It’s still in print, so if your local bookstore doesn’t have it, they can order it. It’s really worth it. I read it ever couple of years and it’s just as good as I remember every time.

  4. Cory
    Posted June 9, 2007 at 7:51 PM | Permalink

    Love the answer to the “Bargain bin” question… nicely done.

  5. Hob Gammidge
    Posted June 9, 2007 at 8:29 PM | Permalink

    Pat, you’re an amazing, marvelous man. I worship at the altar of your awesomeness.

  6. Aidan Moher
    Posted June 9, 2007 at 8:36 PM | Permalink

    Pat,Thanks for throwing up a link to the interview. It was truly a joy to conduct!I’m just preparing the second part of the interview and plan on having it posted tomorrow morning. If you readers enjoyed the first half, you’ll definitely want to check out tomorrow’s meatier half!I hope you all enjoy it! Don’t be afraid to leave a comment!~Aidan< HREF="http://www.aidanmoher.com/blog" REL="nofollow">A Dribble of Ink<>

  7. Joshua
    Posted June 9, 2007 at 11:28 PM | Permalink

    PatI really enjoyed The Name Of The Wind and anxiously await book 2. Hopefully it’ll come out soon.

  8. samantha
    Posted June 10, 2007 at 11:09 PM | Permalink

    hello. i just finished your book approximately less than half an hour ago. i am still tingling with a feeling i am having trouble describing at present. it’s the first book i’ve taken out and read from a library in a few years, and the first book i’ve had the time to read since i came home from school. i absolutely loved it. i also read your little “about the author” section and some of your recent blogs. it’s nice to know that there are other people who seem to have an interest in everything and have turned procrastinating into a delicate, complex art. i can only hope to one day achieve the same level of awesome as you have. in conclusion, thank you for being a shining beacon of hope for a young, confused lover of fantasy who all too often lives inside her own head and dreams far too much for her own good.

  9. Michelle
    Posted June 12, 2007 at 12:41 AM | Permalink

    Dear Samantha,Try being an almost-40 lover of fantasy who still lives too much inside her head and dreams far, far too much…lol!

  10. Johnny
    Posted June 14, 2007 at 8:48 PM | Permalink

    The Last Unicorn is definitely a masterpiece. I also highly reccomend to everyone, especially anyone posting here.You can find it pretty easily in public libraries.

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