Check out the 3rd part of my interview with the Airship Ambassador where I discuss what is on the horizons and why you should read my books if you like Downton Abbey and Doctor Who.
Welcome back for part three in our talk with Kara Jorgensen, author of The Ingenious Mechanical Devices series, which includes The Earl of Brass, The Gentleman Devil, The Earl and the Artificer, Dead Magic, and Selkie Cove. There’s also a short story series including An Oxford Holiday, and The Errant Earl.
Read Part One here.
Read Part Two here.
Airship Ambassador: With five books, how much back story hasn’t been told yet?
Kara Jorgensen: I try to leave quite a bit of their lives behind the scenes unless I absolutely need to talk about it in the story. That way, in case I want to create a plot point in a future book that involves one of the characters, I have room to work with. In the series, I’ve mentioned parts of Eilian’s early travels, and one day, I would…
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