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Interviews: AMOL Signing Report - Nygmus





Jan 10th, 2013




Dayton, OH


AMOL Book Tour


Books & Co.





  • 1


    Couple of the questions asked that I can remember:

    Harriet McDougal

    I asked about the graphic novels, because I wasn't sure how far that project was going to go/how well-received it was for Harriet, but she seemed pleased enough with them. She said that there was a good team of people working on them and that they were working closely with Maria and Team Jordan.

    Brandon Sanderson

    (Brandon took a moment to point out that the bookstore also carried the graphic novels, and someone at the back found one on a shelf and held it up for demonstration.)


  • 2


    The real standout question for me was someone who asked if there was anything that Brandon found difficult or uncomfortable to write.

    Brandon Sanderson

    Brandon talked about going into the outline, finding a couple things that made him go "Huh, that's interesting," (making specific mention of a certain conversation involving dresses and the color thereof), but the one that really stood out was "Oh, come on, you're going to make me write a spanking scene?"


  • 3


    After the signing and Q&A, I only stayed long enough to stop off at a trivia group and play until I earned one of the bumper stickers. I took "Tai'shar Malkier!", which isn't quite as cool as "Tai'shar Manetheren!" would have been, but still good.

    Brandon, as always, was a pleasure to speak to. Took a moment to chat with him while he signed my books about how much I appreciated his work.