Trudi Canavan

bestselling author of The Black Magician Trilogy

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Musical Influences

Some years ago, when my website had a much simpler blog program, I wrote a blog post about songs and albums that have sparked story ideas or set the mood for writing particular scenes. Unfortunately those early posts are long gone, though I have a plan to add some of them to this site as […]

What Are the Odds?

It’s that time of year. People are feeling reflective and that inevitably leads to lots of Best Book of 2012 and Most Anticipated Fantasy of 2013 blog posts and articles – and analysis of their content. Last week someone on Twitter noted the lack of women writers on the latter, and I started to wonder […]

Why I Love Pinterest

I’ve always been a little bit cautious about social media. Not that I dislike it – the dangers seem to be in liking it too much. I don’t want to get sucked in to the point of losing precious writing time (and typing time, now that I have to be careful to avoid RSI). I […]

Authors on Panels: My Two Cents

One of the things I like about Twitter is how, by following people with professions or interests similar to my own, I’ll see links to websites that are more likely to interest me. The down side to this what I call the Latest Uproar on Twitter, where someone says or does something and suddenly all […]

Roaming Around the UK

Week two of The Tour had me hopping around the UK. On Monday we started off at Gardners, where I signed some stock at the distribution centre: Then we were off to Eastbourne, where we had lunch while admiring this view: Then went on to sign stock at Waterstones in Eastbourne and Horsham before heading […]