This week I've got Jenelle Schmidt, author of King's Warrior, sitting down for an interview. Let's see what she has to say.
1. Please tell us about yourself.
I grew up in the Western Chicago suburbs. I now reside in North Carolina where I melt in the summer and miss the snow terribly in the winter. I write fantasy and science fiction novels.
Besides writing, I have been an English teacher, a play director, a math teacher, and currently am working super hard as a stay-at-home-mom/author. I also play frisbee and soccer, root for the Cubs (despite the fact that they let me down year after year), love downhill skiing and riding horses and (as Ratty says in “The Wind in the Willows” “messing about in boats.” Unfortunately, I don’t get to do any of these things nearly as often as I would like.
2. What's the name of your newest or latest book and what's it about?
King’s Warrior is a story about a headstrong, adventurous princess who is sent on a quest to find the one man who can help ... [More]