Just a quick announcement to let you know that next week, right here on Confessions of a Reviewer, we have an exclusive interview with the one, the only, Mr Adam Millard.
Adam is a man I have wanted to meet for a long, long time and I managed to fulfil that dream at Birmingham Horror Con last year.
He exceeded any expectation I had of him and turned out to be one of the nicest, most down to earth and friendly guys I have ever met in my life. We talked for ages both at his table and outside when I followed him to have a smoke. He even did a good job of hiding the uncomfortable feeling he had at this.
I bought a few of his books that day, namely, the Larry Trilogy. I have finished reading them and Adam very graciously gave up some of his time to do an interview with me, talking about his life in general, and the trilogy.
If you have read any of his books, you can probably guess that this particular interview got a bit crazy, in true Adam Millard style. There are plenty of laughs, plenty of interesting stuff about Adam and his life that you may just not know, like the colour of his pubic hair (yes really) and he fills you in on how the Larry books came about. Oh, and he takes on The Ten Confessions.
Part One of the interview will be on Sunday, 17th July with Part Two being published on Monday, 18th July. On Tuesday 19th July, we will publish the review of the first book in the series, Larry. The following week we will publish the review of Larry II and the week after that, the review of Larry 3D.
We look forward to seeing you on Sunday for Part One, and don’t forget to share the word and tell your friends!
Thanks again for visiting Confessions of a Reviewer!
CONFESSIONS REVIEWS ADAM MILLARD
Adam Millard is the author of twenty novels, ten novellas, and more than a hundred short stories, which can be found in various collections and anthologies. Probably best known for his post-apocalyptic fiction, Adam also writes fantasy/horror for children. He created the character Peter Crombie, Teenage Zombie just so he had something decent to read to his son at bedtime. Adam also writes Bizarro fiction for several publishers, who enjoy his tales of flesh-eating clown-beetles and rabies-infected derrieres so much that they keep printing them. His “Dead” series has recently been the filling in a Stephen King/Bram Stoker sandwich on Amazon’s bestsellers chart. When he’s not writing about the nightmarish creatures battling for supremacy in his head, Adam writes for This Is Horror, whose columnists include Simon Bestwick and Simon Marshall-Jones.
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