This is the Books and Authors Fantasy Podcast Episode 120 with MJ Neary .
Good day and welcome to this episode of the Books and Authors Fantasy Podcast. I’m your host, podcaster and author of Fun Fantasy Reads, Jamie Davis. This podcast is exactly what the title says it is, a show focused on everything in fantasy books.
This show will cover everything to do with fantasy books. From Epic Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Sword and Sorcery, and everything in
Kicking off things this week, I’m now starting on my next book, The Paramedic’s Amazon. It’s book 8 in the Extreme Medical Services Series about paramedics who treat supernatural creatures. I love getting back to this series after not writing any books here for over a year.
If you haven’t read any of these books recently, make sure you check out book 1, Extreme Medical Services.
I’m also excited about the release of the first audiobook in the Huntress Clan Saga series, narrated by the awesome Marnye Young. You can get Huntress Initiate now in audio and experience the story in a completely different way all over again.
Stay tuned for more updates at my facebook group, including sneak peeks of upcoming covers, special giveaways, and more. Just look up my fan group on Facebook, Jamie’s Fun Fantasy Readers and on my website and blog, JamieDavisBooks.com.
Let’s go ahead with today’s interview. I got the chance to sit down and chat with MJ Neary. MJ describes herself as a self-centered, only child of classical musicians. She spent her early years in Eastern Europe and came to the US at the age of thirteen.
Her literary career revolves around depicting military and social disasters, from the Charge of the Light Brigade, to the Irish Famine, to the Easter Rising in Dublin, to the nuclear explosion in Chernobyl some thirty miles away from her home town. She claims to be notorious for her abrasive personality and politically incorrect views that make her a persona non grata in most polite circles. In her books she explores human suffering through the prism of dark humor, believing that tragedy and comedy go hand in hand.
Here’s my interview with MJ and our discussion of her book The Road to Montfaucon.