Ginger Nuts of Horror
Fantastique: Interviews with Horror, Sci-Fi & Fantasy Filmmakers
When it comes to promoting your book I have always said that interviews are more important than reviews. Everyone is shouting into the vast void about their latest 5-star review, and nine times out of ten it isn't a review it's a poorly written 1000 word summary of the book with a rating tacked on to the end of it. A well-written interview that asks intelligent questions that get to the heart of the interviewee is a far more potent tool for getting an artistic project noticed. It alls comes down to the promote yourself without actually taking about your project.
So what is a reviewer to do when they are faced with a book filled with interviews?
Endeavour Press (1 Jun. 2016)