Interview with Crispina Kemp, author of The Spinner’s Game – Part 3

Posted by Sammi last weekend… I swear, Sammi is my No 1 fan!

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You may have seen the interview with Crispina Kemp I shared a few weeks ago from my book review blog, Sammi Loves Books. Now I get to share with you an epic three-part interview with Crispina, as we talk about her soon-to-be released five book historical fantasy series, The Spinner’s Game.

In Part 1, Crispina answered questions on writing the series, the main character, Kerrid, and where the story is set. In Part 2, she answered questions on magic, mythology and society in her stories. The third and final part of the interview can be found below, where we turn our attention to language, characters and favourite things…

Part 3: Languages and Characters

The terminology you’ve created in the book is interesting. Farfoot, Wolfman, Zeflas…  How did you devise the words?  And what is the difference between Wise-One and a Breathman?

Some terms are logical –…

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10 Responses to Interview with Crispina Kemp, author of The Spinner’s Game – Part 3

  1. Violet Lentz says:

    What perfect timing! I was wondering about much of this myself. Brilliant on every level.

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  2. MythRider says:

    I reblogged part one interview with Sammi. I’ll repost all three.

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  3. I’ve made a note to myself to read all three when I have time – partly read the first.

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