Join host Adrian M. Gibson and FanFiAddict's David Walters as they delve into music in SFF with authors Sebastien de Castell, Anthony Ryan and Juliet Marillier. During the panel they discuss their personal histories with music, the rhythm of writing, how music plays into combat and action scenes, the musical aspects of worldbuilding and much more.
About the Authors:
Sebastien de Castell is the multi-award nominated author of The Greatcoats and Spellslinger fantasy series. His new series, The Court of Shadows, is set to launch in March 2022.
Find Sebastien on Instagram, Twitter, Amazon and his personal website.
Anthony Ryan is the New York Times bestselling author of the Raven’s Shadow trilogy, the Draconis Memoria trilogy and more. His latest book, The Pariah, was released last August.
Find Anthony on Instagram, Twitter, Amazon and his personal website.
Juliet Marillier is the award winning author of twenty-one historical fantasy novels for adults and young adults, as well as a book of short fiction, including Blackthorn & Grim, the Bridei Chronicles, the Warrior Bards series and more. Her latest release, A Song of Flight, book three of the Warrior Bards series, was released in September.
Find Juliet on Instagram, Amazon and her personal website.
Find Us Online:
Intro: "FanFiAddict Theme (Short Version)" by Astronoz
Interlude 1: "The Wind" by Astronoz
The Broken Binding Ad & Interlude 2: “Crescendo” by Astronoz
Outro: “Cloudy Sunset” by Astronoz
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