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Re: Guest Blog - Author Q&A: Rebecca Cantrell and James Rollins

Big welcome to Rebecca and James,

 

Have read all of the Rollins books!!  This is my first encounter with Rebecca's though.  I am sure that The Blood Gospel will be a great collaborative effort. 

 

I picked up my copy today and my husband has already asked if I will be done with it by Thursday when he gets back in town!  We are both fans of this type of book!

 

J

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Re: Guest Blog - Author Q&A: Rebecca Cantrell and James Rollins

Rebecca has been trying to post comments but the evil gnomes and gremlins are blocking her. Hopefully we'll be able to sneak her past them today!

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Re: Guest Blog - Author Q&A: Rebecca Cantrell and James Rollins

Rebecca - Thanks so much for doing this Q&A! I'm so sorry you weren't able to join us. Thank you for trying!

 

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Re: Guest Blog - Author Q&A: Rebecca Cantrell and James Rollins

A-ha! It works. I just want to say thank you for having us, but also that James did not write The Curse of Willie Lynch, although it sometimes shows up on lists of his books.
Rebecca Cantrell
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Re: Guest Blog - Author Q&A: Rebecca Cantrell and James Rollins

Thanks for stopping by! I'm sorry it took so long to get in here to reply. Looks like the glitches are solved now. Happy reading!

Rebecca Cantrell
"A City of Broken Glass"
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Re: Guest Blog - Author Q&A: Rebecca Cantrell and James Rollins

Glad to hear that you are liking it! I hope your husband gets a crack at is soon too!
Rebecca Cantrell
"A City of Broken Glass"
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Re: Guest Blog - Author Q&A: Rebecca Cantrell and James Rollins

Good to see you again, Eadie! We're both very different writers, as I'm sure you've seen, but the fusion of style in The Blood Gospel was a lot of fun!
Rebecca Cantrell
"A City of Broken Glass"
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Re: Guest Blog - Author Q&A: Rebecca Cantrell and James Rollins

I hope they do! I'd love to see the book up on the big screen. Fingers crossed!
Rebecca Cantrell
"A City of Broken Glass"
July 2012, Forge Books
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Re: Guest Blog - Author Q&A: Rebecca Cantrell and James Rollins


Cantrell wrote:
A-ha! It works. I just want to say thank you for having us, but also that James did not write The Curse of Willie Lynch, although it sometimes shows up on lists of his books.

Hurray! And thanks for the correction - I'll go delete that from the list.