The Friday 13 with Keith McArdle

Keith was born in a hospital, somewhere in Australia, when he was very little. He owns every David Gemmell book ever written (and two versions of some books), including the graphic novels. To maintain some semblance of sanity, Keith likes writing fast-paced stories ranging from Fantasy and sci-fi, to modern military thrillers. He now lives… Continue reading The Friday 13 with Keith McArdle

The Friday 13 with Aiki Flinthart

Aiki Flinthart lives in Australia and hasn’t yet been killed by any terrifying animals. She has, however, been shortlisted in the Australian Aurealis awards, a top-8 finalist in the USA Writers of the Future competition, and published 12 spec fic novels. When not writing, she’s generally to be found doing fantasy-character-approved activities such as martial… Continue reading The Friday 13 with Aiki Flinthart

The Friday 13 with Anna Stephens

Anna Stephens is the author of the Godblind trilogy, of which the first two volumes, Godblind and Darksoul, have now been published. The final book, Bloodchild, is slated for publication in summer 2019. Translation deals for French, German, Dutch, Polish and Czechoslovakian versions have also been agreed. A literature graduate from the Open University, Anna… Continue reading The Friday 13 with Anna Stephens

The Friday 13 with Jeff Pryor

The forests of Northern Michigan were an ideal setting for Jeff Pryor’s childhood. He developed a love and respect of nature at an early age, before moving to the more populated metro Detroit area in his teens. Spending formative years in both urban and rural environments contributes strongly to his stories. Jeff began telling stories… Continue reading The Friday 13 with Jeff Pryor

The Friday 13 with Shawn D. Robertson

Shawn D. Robertson was born a Massachusetts (U.S.) native, and the New England weather and culture would forever influence his life and his writing. In fifth grade he got to write his first original piece of creative writing, as an assignment from a substitute teacher. Turns out the piece was pretty good, and the teacher… Continue reading The Friday 13 with Shawn D. Robertson