I’ve been doing lots of author interviews and guest posts over the last few days! I’m thankful people have been interested in me and my books.
Dove Winters asks some very interesting questions for my “Questions That Matter” interview with her.
I believe that there is likely to be life on other planets, or even in our solar system in the deep sea vents of Jupiter’s moon Europa or Saturn’s moon Enceladus.
Where would I go on my ideal family vacation and other interesting questions? See what I tell Teresa Keefer in my interview with her.
I think I’d go an a walking tour of the Rhine with my family. We’d stop at lovely castles, quaint little inns, and beautiful scenes along the river. At night, we’d stay in lovely inns that serve authentic German food.
I think that the stories in Sapience are about big questions about our future. What kind of life will we find on other planets or moons? What kind of life will we allow an AI with human level intelligence? Can we overcome the old conflicts and hatreds of Earth?
I did an interview for Stephen Pearl’s blog on the Greatest Gadget in Sapience.
One of my favorite stories in Sapience is “Husk.” The main character, John, is a scientist who’s been tasked with creating an AI that won’t go mad or try to kill its creators (which has clearly happened during previous projects).
While this may not count as an interview, I’m also thankful to Kristina Kelly, who collected a wish list of tons of books using the #IndieApril hashtag, including Sapience!