Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Blog Tour: Julie Kagawa Interview

1. Will Puck get a heroine of his own? Are you planning another Iron Fey novel or is it something new for you now?

You never know with Puck. Puck is a legend, more so than Ash or Meghan or even Grimalkin. I have too much respect for the old legends to start changing their stories to fit my expectations. The image of Puck at the end, wild and carefree, suits Shakespeare’s Robin Goodfellow far better than a Puck who settled down with a girl. But again, who knows with Puck? The only predictable thing about him is his unpredictableness.

After The Iron Knight, I have a new series called Blood of Eden, which is a post-apocalyptic vampire story. And after that, the first book of the second Iron Fey series will be released, this time with Ethan, Meghan’s brother, as the protagonist.

2. What do you think is the difference between a reader and a real Book Lover?

Hmm, is there a difference? I guess a reader is someone who reads and enjoys the story, but a real Book Lover is someone who falls in love with the characters, can’t wait to get home to start reading, thinks of books as treasured possessions, and would rather be engrossed in a story than anything else.

3. What can we expect of The Iron Knight?

Danger, adventure, heartbreak, and sacrifice. And a lot of bickering between Puck and Ash. But you’ll have to read the book to see if Ash gets his happy ending. ;-)


Thanks so much for stopping by, Julie! I can't wait to read The Iron Knight. Be sure to check out her website for more information.


  1. Great Review! I LOVED the Iron Knight, can't wait for Kagawa's new vampire series and the spin-off series!!!

  2. Fun interview :) I can't wait to read The Iron Knight too. Everything I've heard so far makes it sound like it'll be the best of the series.

  3. What a fun interview. I can't wait to see things from Ethan's point of view! :)

  4. You have no idea how hard I'm squeeing now at hearing Julie will be continuing the Iron Knight series!!!!

    And, of course, my heart did a little dance when she referenced Shakespeare's Puck in comparison to her own. I'd actually made similar comparisons while reading these books!


  5. I love Julie's answer to question number 2, she's so witty, sarcastic and funny LOL

    Angelica @ Paperback Princess


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