Saturday, August 13, 2016

New videos from Penguin Random House

It’s time once again to share a few new videos from Penguin Random House with you.

I hope you find something of interest here. To see the video just click on the link at the end of each paragraph.

Author Blake Crouch on his first meaningful writing | authorcuts - Author Blake Crouch (DARK MATTER) talks about his first meaningful writing—a story for his brother, and what it taught him about words.

Author Rachel Caine on the books that influenced her | authorcuts - Author Rachel Caine (PAPER AND FIRE) discusses Roger Zelazny's THE CHRONICLES OF AMBER series, which she discovered at 14.

Looking at the Many-Worlds theory | Author Blake Crouch - Author Blake Crouch discusses Everett's Many Worlds aka multiverse theory, which inspired his new book DARK MATTER

Poet Tyler Knott Gregson on his writing distractions | authorcuts - Tyler Knott Gregson (author of ALL THE WORDS ARE YOURS) discusses how aspects of living in Montana pull him away from his writing, including animals and the weather.

How American conceptions about Iran have changed | Author Azar Nafisi - After finishing her schooling in America in 1979, Azar Nafisi (author of THE REPUBLIC OF IMAGINATION) moved back to Iran. When she returned to America in 1997 she found that views toward Iran had substantially changed, focusing largely on religious extremism.

Thanks for stopping by today. Hope you’re off to have a wonderful weekend. Please share your thoughts on these videos. Do you like seeing the videos or had you rather see more reviews?


  1. I like the videos!
    Never read one of Crouch's books but I think I'll pick one up.

  2. These videos do look interesting, Mason. I like it when authors share a little of themselves and their thought processes that way. Thanks for sharing these.


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