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Interview with E.J. Swift - June 9, 2012

Please welcome E.J. Swift to The Qwillery as part of the 2012 Debut Author Challenge Interviews. Osiris (Book One of the Osiris Project) was published on June 5, 2012 by Night Shade Books.



TQ:  What would you say is your most interesting writing quirk?

EJ:  I don’t have any weird and wonderful rituals, but I do have to work in silence – no café writing for me! I’m always envious of writers who talk about having soundtracks for their novels or the music they listen to while writing. I love music but I can’t work with it – I find it influences my mood too much, and I need a clean headspace. Ideally I’d have a completely clean desk to work at as well, but it’s safe to say I’m not the world’s tidiest person.

TQ:  Who are some of your favorite writers? Who do you feel has influenced your writing?

EJ:  David Mitchell is one of my favourite writers, especially Cloud Atlas and Number9Dream. I love narrative structures with stories within stories – Mitchell’s novels are so structurally clever and he has such a beautiful and distinctive style. I got my copy of Number9Dream signed at a reading and turned into a gibbering wreck; I was completely awestruck. Jeanette Winterson is another hero. I love her prose and her knack of pinpointing emotions so exactly, plus she really fights for the arts. And Cormac McCarthy’s vocabulary is a thing of pure envy. But it’s dangerous reading too much McCarthy while writing, because sometimes I catch myself unconsciously trying to imitate the style, and you know that’s just going to go disastrously wrong. In genre, some of my favourite books are Christopher Priest’s The Prestige, Nick Harkaway’s The Gone-Away World, Alastair Reynolds’ House of Suns, and The Man Who Fell To Earth by Walter Tevis. Going back a bit further, Northern Lights by Philip Pullman was definitely a big influence when I started out writing.

TQ:  Are you a plotter or a pantser?

EJ:  I wish I was a plotter, I really do! It’s probably the thing I struggle most with. With past novels I’ve always tended to write out of sequence, and let the story evolve organically. I usually have a strong sense of the beginning and the ending early on, but what happens in between is a mystery. I’m not convinced it’s the best way to work though – I end up having to do lots of retrospective work in tightening the plot or cutting out huge chunks of writing. A friend in my workshop group observed that I need to write my way into things and I think she’s spot on – often at revision stage I find myself cutting the first few pages of a chapter.

With the sequels to Osiris I’m trying to be more disciplined, so I’m taking a different approach and working on one character’s story at a time. I probably couldn’t have worked like this with Osiris, because Adelaide and Vikram’s stories are so closely intertwined, but in book two my characters are more out on their own.

TQ:  What is the most challenging thing for you about writing?

EJ:  Finding the time. I’m guessing this is a popular response! Like many writers I have a day job and after sitting in front of a computer screen all day, the last thing I want when I get home is to do the same for another few hours. So at the moment most of my work is done at the weekends. I always carry a notebook on me though and if I wake up in the middle of the night with a sentence in my head, I try and force myself to turn on the light and write it down, because I never remember in the morning. For some reason I get lots of ideas in the shower. It’s probably because I’m still narcoleptic.

TQ:  Describe Osiris (Book One of the Osiris Project) in 140 characters or less.

EJ:  In a divided ocean city cut off from land, miscreant socialite Adelaide meets revolutionary activist Vikram. There are Consequences...

TQ:  What inspired you to write Osiris?

EJ:  I wrote a novella called The Last Balloon Flight, which was a fantastical tale, almost like a fairy tale, about a balloon flight across a flooded world. I wrote it for my best friend as a leaving gift when he moved to Paris and the story is referenced in Osiris (my stories within stories obsession!). After writing that I had a very strong visual idea for an ocean city, with towers rising out of the water. The city came first. I knew it had to be a divided city, and then the characters developed largely out of their environments.

TQ:  What sort of research did you do for Osiris?

EJ:  There’s a brilliant non-fiction book by writer and campaigner Mark Lynas called Six Degrees, which describes what our planet would look like after one degree of global warming, two degrees, and so on up to six degrees. It’s a very accessible look at the consequences of climate change for anyone like me who doesn’t have a science background. It’s also pretty terrifying. On the fiction side, friends kept telling me to read The Drowned World by J. G. Ballard, and I did eventually, but not until after I’d finished writing Osiris – I didn’t want to be influenced. I loved it though. It was so evocative, like sinking into syrup.

TQOsiris is set in "a near-future world radically transformed by rising seas and melting poles." Why did you choose to write about climate change and its potential effects?

EJ:  The environment is a topic that’s very close to my heart. I’m still shocked that climate change continues to be debated as if it could be some kind of hoax, when the evidence is all around us. So I guess it was bound to come out somewhere in my writing. But I wouldn’t describe Osiris as specifically ‘a book about climate change’; the world is very much the backdrop to the story, and the story is what comes first. Because the city Osiris is cut off from the outside world, what might be going on elsewhere is only hinted at, but it’s something I’ll be exploring more in books 2 and 3. Also, I’m very drawn to really bleak landscapes – I’m not sure why!

TQ:  Who was the easiest character to write and why? Hardest and why?

EJ:  With a disclaimer, Adelaide (she is pretty selfish at the start and often not very nice to people). I think she is very much a product of her society, and that made her easy to write, plus she has a clear mission and is single-minded in her pursuit of it. I also really enjoyed writing scenes with her twin brother Axel, although he only appears in flashback, and a lot of that material got cut. It was necessary for the narrative pace, but I was sad to see it go because I really loved Axel and his story. I had to do more work to bring out Vikram. It took me a while to really get under his skin, until I wrote a short flashback scene with him as a child where his best friend Mikkeli shows him the border, and things suddenly clicked into place.

TQ:  Without giving anything away, what is/are your favorite scene(s) in Osiris?

EJ:  There’s a scene with Vikram at the end of part 3 that I am very fond of. It’s a reflective scene and allowed me to write a bit more whimsically. I love writing those kinds of scenes but I have to censor myself, because they do slow the pace down. And actually I very much like the flashback scene between Vikram and Mikkeli which comes really early on, because it was a breakthrough for me, and I felt that it did a lot of work in a short space.

TQ:  What's next?

EJOsiris is now out in the world (here’s a link to a book trailer I’m rather thrilled with: www.vimeo.com/catamaroon/osiristrailer ). There are two more books to come in The Osiris Project trilogy, with new people and new places, so that’s going to keep me occupied for a while. Book 2 is crystallizing in my head. I had a short story in UK magazine Interzone last year, which I felt inordinately proud of, because I’m not a natural short story writer – I’d like to get another story published this year. Down the line, there’s a book I’ve got a first draft of, which I was working on just before I signed with Night Shade. It’s totally different from Osiris – much more playful. After three books in a dystopian future, I think I’ll be ready for something a bit different. Although knowing me, I’ll have changed my mind completely by then...

TQ:  Thank you for joining us at The Qwillery.

EJ:  Thank you very much for having me!



About Osiris

Osiris
Osiris Project 1
Night Shade Books, June 5, 2012
Hardcover and eBook, 400 pages

Nobody leaves Osiris. Osiris is a lost city. She has lost the world and world has lost her . . .

Rising high above the frigid waters, the ocean city of Osiris has been cut off from the land since the Great Storm fifty years ago. Most believe that Osiris is the last city on Earth, while others cling to the idea that life still survives somewhere beyond the merciless seas. But for all its inhabitants, Citizens and refugees alike, Osiris is the entire world--and it is a world divided.

Adelaide is the black-sheep granddaughter of the city's Architect. A jaded socialite and family miscreant, she wants little to do with her powerful relatives--until her troubled twin brother disappears mysteriously. Convinced that he is still alive, she will stop at nothing to find him, even if it means uncovering long-buried secrets.

Vikram, a third-generation storm refugee quarantined with thousands of others in the city's impoverished western sector, sees his own people dying of cold and starvation while the elite of Osiris ignore their plight. Determined to change things, he hopes to use Adelaide to bring about much-needed reforms--but who is using who?

As another brutal winter brings Osiris closer to riot and revolution, two very different people, each with their own agendas, will attempt to bridge the gap dividing the city, only to find a future far more complicated than either of them ever imagined.

Osiris is the beginning of an ambitious new science fiction trilogy exploring a near-future world radically transformed by rising seas and melting poles.




OSIRIS Book Trailer from E J Swift on Vimeo.




About E.J. Swift

E J (Emma) Swift is an English writer who lives and works in London. Her short fiction has previously been published in Interzone magazine. Osiris is her first novel, and the first in a trilogy: The Osiris Project. When not writing, Emma can usually be found festooned with cats, attempting to grow things in an urban garden, or practising aerial circus skills.

You can visit Emma’s website at www.ejswift.co.uk 


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The View From Monday - June 4, 2012

Happy first Monday in June! There is a lot happening at The Qwillery this week:


Monday - 2012 Debut Author Challenge Guest Blog by Michael Poore. Up Jumps the Devil will be published on .

Tuesday - 2012 Debut Author Challenge Interview with Rhiannon Held. Silver will be published on June 5, 2012.

Wednesday - 2012 Debut Author Challenge Interview with Hanna Martine. Liquid Lies will be published on July 3, 2012.

Thursday -  Interview with G.J. Koch, the author of Alexander Outland: Space Pirate (Night Shade Books, June 5, 2012).

Friday - Guest Blog by Laura Kaye - Seven Elements of Sexual Tension. Seduced by the Vampire King (Vampire Warrior Kings #2) was published on June 1, 2012.

Saturday - 2012 Debut Author Challenge Interview with E.J. Swift. Osiris (Osiris Project 1) will be published on June 5, 2012.

Sunday - Authors After Dark Author Spotlight Interview with Virna DePaul.


There are many books out this week! A book shopping list in PDF format may be found by clicking HERE. Click "File" on the left and then "Print (PDF).


June 4, 2012
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Postmodern Science Fiction and Temporal Imagination
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Elana Gomel Literary Criticism
Finding Magic (e)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Stacia Kane UF - Downside Novella



June 5, 2012
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
The Spirit War
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Rachel Aaron F - Legend of Eli Monpress 4
Spellcrossed
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Barbara Ashford F - Crossroads Theater 2
Mother of Storms (ri)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
John Barnes SF
When Shadows Call (e)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Amanda Bonilla UF - Shaede Assassin Novellas
Fury of Ice
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Coreene Callahan PNR - Dragonfury 2
Accidentally Dead, Again
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Dakota Cassidy PNR - Accidentals 6
Ready Player One (h2tp)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Ernest Cline SF
Chaos Burning
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Lauren Dane PNR Bound by Magick 2
Blood of Innocence
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Tami Dane UF - Sloan Skye 2
Undead and Unstable
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
MaryJanice Davidson PNR - Undead / Queen Betsy 11
Fascinated
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Marissa Day PNR
A Caress of Wings (e)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Sylvia Day PNR - Renegade Angels Novella
Mortal
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Ted Dekker
Tosca Lee
SF/AH - Mortals 2
How to Build an Android: The True Story of Philip K. Dick's Robotic Resurrection
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
David F. Dufty SF/S
After Life (ri)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Rhian Ellis S/M
Hex Appeal
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
P. N. Elrod (ed) UF - Anthology
1636: The Kremlin Games
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Eric Flint SF - Ring of Fire 14
Beneath the Shadows (US d)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Sara Foster GS
All That Falls
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Kimberly Frost PNR - Etherlin 2
For Heaven's Eyes Only (h2mm)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Simon R. Green UF - Secret Histories 5
Live and Let Drood
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Simon R. Green UF - Secret Histories 6
Bury Elminster Deep (h2mm)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Ed Greenwood F - Sage of Shadowdale 3
Kiss the Dead
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Laurell K. Hamilton UF - Anita Blake Vampire Hunter 21
KOP Killer
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Warren Hammond SF - Kop 3
Devil's Gate (e)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Thea Harrison PNR - Elder Races Novella
Visions of Chains
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Regan Hastings PNR - Awakening 3
Silver (d)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Rhiannon Held UF
The Last Four Things (h2tp)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Paul Hoffman F - Left Hand of God 2
Sworn in Steel
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Douglas Hulick F - Tale of the Kin 2
The Mage (ri)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Jean Johnson PNR - Sons of Destiny 8
The Great Hunt (ri)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Robert Jordan F - Wheel of Time 2
The Zombie Tarot: An Oracle of the Undead with Deck and Instructions
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Paul Kepple Zombies / Tarot Cards
Messenger's Angel
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Heather Killough-Walden PNR - Lost Angels 2
Rise of The Governor (h2tp)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Robert Kirkman
Jay Bonansinga
H/Z - Walking Dead
Alexander Outland: Space Pirate
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
G.J. Koch SF
Cold Fire (ri)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Dean Koontz H
Home From the Sea
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Mercedes Lackey F - Elemental Masters 8
Unnatural Issue (h2mm)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Mercedes Lackey F - Elemental Masters 7
Genesis of Evil
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Nile J. Limbaugh H
The Girl Who Heard Dragons (ri)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Anne McCaffrey F - Dragonriders of Pern
The Broken Universe
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Paul Melko SF - Walls of the Universe 2
Ghost Soldiers
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Keith Melton UF - The Nightfall Syndicate 2
Samantha Moon
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
J.R. Rain PNR - Vampire for Hire 1 - 4
Disappearing Nightly (ri)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Laura Resnick UF - Esther Diamond 1
Blue Remembered Earth
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Alastair Reynolds SF - Poseidon's Children 1
Vengeance Moon
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Lee Roland PNR - Earth Witches 2
Incarnate
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
A. C. Ruttan PNR - Portal Keepers 1
Redshirts: A Novel with Three Codas
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
John Scalzi SF
Blood Kin
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
M.J. Scott F - Half-Light City 2
B-Movie Reels
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Alan Spencer H
The Craving
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Jason Starr UF/H - Pack 2
Osiris (d)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
E.J. Swift SF - The Osiris Project 1
Prepare to Die!
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Paul Tobin F
Corpse in the Crystal Ball
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Kari Lee Townsend PCM - Fortune Teller 2
The Mammoth Book of Steampunk
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Sean Wallace (ed) SP - Anthology
Amped
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Daniel H. Wilson SF
Moondogs (h2tp)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Alexander Yates SF
Judgment at Proteus
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Timothy Zahn SF - Quadrail 5



June 6, 2012
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Obsession: Tales of Irresistible Desire
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Paula Guran (ed) F - Anthology
Dead as a Doornail (show tie-in)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Charlaine Harris UF - Sookie Stackhouse / Southern Vampire 5
Worldsoul
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Liz Williams F - Worldsoul Trilogy  1



d - Debut
e - eBook
h2emm - Hardcover to Enhanced Mass Market Paperback
(larger than a Mass Market Paperback)
h2mm - Hardcover to Mass Market Paperback
h2tp - Hardcover to Trade Paperback
ri - Reissue or Reprint
tp2mm - Trade to Mass Market Paperback

AH - Alternate History
F - Fantasy
GS - Gothic Suspense
H - Horror
M - Mystery
PCM - Paranormal Cozy Mystery
PNR - Paranormal Romance
S - Supernatural
Sc - Science
SF - Science Fiction
SP - Steampunk
UF - Urban Fantasy
Z - Zombies

2012 Debut Author Challenge - June 2012 Debuts

2012 Debut Author Challenge - June 2012 Debuts


There are 5 debuts for June.  Please note that I use the publisher's publication date in the United States.

Take a good look at the covers. Voting for the your favorite June cover for the 2012 Debut Author Challenge Cover Wars will take place later this month.

The June debut authors and their novels are listed in alphabetical order by author (not book title or publication date). Pick one or more and let us know in the comments which one(s) you'll be reading. If I've missed any, let me know in the comments.


Beneath the Shadows
Author:  Sara Foster
Format:  Hardcover, 320 pages
Publisher:  Minotaur/Thomas Dunne Books, June 5, 2012
Price:  $24.99
Language:  English
Genre: Gothic Suspense
ISBN:  978-0312643362
US Debut

2012 Debut Author Challenge - June 2012 Debuts
In this thrilling gothic suspense debut by Sara Foster in the tradition of Rosamund Lupton and Sophie Hannah, a young mother searches Yorkshire's windswept moors for the truth behind her husband's mysterious disappearance.

THE ANSWERS ARE HIDING BENEATH THE SHADOWS

When Grace’s husband, Adam, inherits an isolated North Yorkshire cottage, they leave the bustle of London behind to try a new life. A week later, Adam vanishes without a trace, leaving their baby daughter, Millie, in her stroller on the doorstep. The following year, Grace returns to the tiny village on the untamed heath. Everyone—the police, her parents, even her best friend and younger sister—is convinced that Adam left her. But Grace, unable to let go of her memories of their love and life together, cannot accept this explanation. She is desperate for answers, but the slumbering, deeply superstitious hamlet is unwilling to give up its secrets. As Grace hunts through forgotten corners of the cottage searching for clues, and digs deeper into the lives of the locals, strange dreams begin to haunt her. Are the villagers hiding something, or is she becoming increasingly paranoid? Only as snowfall threatens to cut her and Millie off from the rest of the world does Grace make a terrible discovery. She has been looking in the wrong place for answers all along, and she and her daughter will be in terrible danger if she cannot get them away in time.


Silver
Author:  Rhiannon Held
Format: Trade Paperback, 320 pages
Publisher:  Tor Books, June 5, 2012
Price: $14.99
Language: English
Genre: Urban Fantasy
ISBN:  978-0765330376

2012 Debut Author Challenge - June 2012 Debuts
Andrew Dare is a werewolf. He’s the enforcer for the Roanoke pack, and responsible for capturing or killing any Were intruders in Roanoke’s territory. But the lone Were he’s tracking doesn’t smell or act like anyone he’s ever encountered. And when he catches her, it doesn’t get any better. She’s beautiful, she’s crazy, and someone has tortured her by injecting silver into her veins. She says her name is Silver, and that she’s lost her wild self and can’t shift any more.

The packs in North America have a live-and-let-live attitude, and try not to overlap with each other. But Silver represents a terrible threat to every Were on the continent.

Andrew and Silver will join forces to track down this menace while discovering their own power and their passion for each other.


Green Light Delivery
Author:  Anne E. Johnson
Format: Trade Paperback
Publisher:  Candlemark & Gleam, June 19, 2012
Price: $19.95
Language: English
Genre: SciFi - Space Opera/Noir
ISBN:  9781936460281


2012 Debut Author Challenge - June 2012 Debuts
Webrid is a carter, like his mother and grandfather before him. It’s not glamorous work, but it mostly pays the bills, and it gives him time to ogle the sexy women on the streets of Bexilla’s capital. Mostly, he buys and sells small goods and does the occasional transport run for a client.

Then he gets mugged by a robot.

Now, with a strange green laser implanted in his skull and a small fortune deposited in his bank account, Webrid has to make the most difficult delivery of his life. He doesn’t know who his client is, or what he’s carrying, but he knows that a whole lot of very dangerous people are extremely interested in what’s in his head. Literally. And they’ll do whatever it takes to get it.

With the help of some truly alien friends, a simple carter will journey across worlds to deliver his cargo. And hopefully keep his head in the process.

Green Light Delivery is a fascinating, fresh take on sci-fi that pairs the nonstop action and intrigue of Raymond Chandler’s noir novels with a completely alien setting, spanning worlds and introducing us to creatures with a hundred ears, poisonous bones, or radial symmetry instead of bilateral. It’s full of adventure and humour, and will satisfy anyone looking for a space opera that’s a little out there.


Osiris
Author:  E.J. Swift
Series:   Osiris Project 1
Format:  Hardcover, 400 pages
Publisher:  Night Shade Books, June 5, 2012
Price:  $26.99
Language:  English
Genre:  SciFi
ISBN:  978-1-59780-417-2

2012 Debut Author Challenge - June 2012 Debuts
Nobody leaves Osiris. Osiris is a lost city. She has lost the world and world has lost her . . .

Rising high above the frigid waters, the ocean city of Osiris has been cut off from the land since the Great Storm fifty years ago. Most believe that Osiris is the last city on Earth, while others cling to the idea that life still survives somewhere beyond the merciless seas. But for all its inhabitants, Citizens and refugees alike, Osiris is the entire world--and it is a world divided.

Adelaide is the black-sheep granddaughter of the city's Architect. A jaded socialite and family miscreant, she wants little to do with her powerful relatives--until her troubled twin brother disappears mysteriously. Convinced that he is still alive, she will stop at nothing to find him, even if it means uncovering long-buried secrets.

Vikram, a third-generation storm refugee quarantined with thousands of others in the city's impoverished western sector, sees his own people dying of cold and starvation while the elite of Osiris ignore their plight. Determined to change things, he hopes to use Adelaide to bring about much-needed reforms--but who is using who?

As another brutal winter brings Osiris closer to riot and revolution, two very different people, each with their own agendas, will attempt to bridge the gap dividing the city, only to find a future far more complicated than either of them ever imagined.

Osiris is the beginning of an ambitious new science fiction trilogy exploring a near-future world radically transformed by rising seas and melting poles.


The Age of Miracles 
Author:  Karen Thompson Walker
Format:  Hardcover, 288 pages
Publisher:  Random House, June 26, 2012
Price:  $26.00
Language:  English
Genre: SciFi - Dystopia
ISBN978-0-8129-9297-7

2012 Debut Author Challenge - June 2012 Debuts
With a voice as distinctive and original as that of The Lovely Bones, and for the fans of the speculative fiction of Margaret Atwood, Karen Thompson Walker’s The Age of Miracles is a luminous, haunting, and unforgettable debut novel about coming of age set against the backdrop of an utterly altered world.

“It still amazes me how little we really knew. . . . Maybe everything that happened to me and my family had nothing at all to do with the slowing. It’s possible, I guess. But I doubt it. I doubt it very much.”

On a seemingly ordinary Saturday in a California suburb, Julia and her family awake to discover, along with the rest of the world, that the rotation of the earth has suddenly begun to slow. The days and nights grow longer and longer, gravity is affected, the environment is thrown into disarray. Yet as she struggles to navigate an ever-shifting landscape, Julia is also coping with the normal disasters of everyday life—the fissures in her parents’ marriage, the loss of old friends, the hopeful anguish of first love, the bizarre behavior of her grandfather who, convinced of a government conspiracy, spends his days obsessively cataloging his possessions. As Julia adjusts to the new normal, the slowing inexorably continues.
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