Interview of me by Tami Veldura
Today's interview with Dusk touches on apprenticeship, history, and alternate universes. They've written and published over 70 books. They read and write almost exclusively historical works.
( Q&A )
There are major spoilers for Rebirth and Whipster in the middle portion of the interview; otherwise, the interview is spoiler-free.
Hearts on Fire Reviews ends the interview by saying, "Leave a comment before 4/15 for a random chance to win your choice from Dusk Peterson's backlist."
"[A] quiet tale about the plight of the lower classes in a heartless society . . . What makes Whipster an ultimately satisfying read is Michael's growth and change. He makes the effort to help himself and try to heal his soul and in the end the reader will be happy, or at least hopeful." —Four-star review (with minor spoilers) of Whipster (Michael's House) by Aggie at Hearts on Fire Reviews.
"The author takes one of the most difficult subjects, and makes it explode with excitement, intrigue and takes you thru thought provoking events on every page of the writing." —Five-star review of The Breaking (The Eternal Dungeon) by thewildpig at Amazon.
"It was a book I couldn't put down. The characters were well written and the emotions came off the screen and grabbed your heart." —Five-star review of The Breaking (The Eternal Dungeon) by Cassandra Law at Amazon.