Reviews by Jessewave

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Interview with Ethan Day and Geoff Knight

Hello everyone

I’ll be interviewing Geoff and Ethan next month, but with GRL 2012 and many other priorities I’m trying to wrap this interview up as soon as I can. As many of you know, Geoff and Ethan co-wrote a book called To Catch a Fox which, according to Geoff, is “a gay mystery-thriller-action-comedy-everything.” The book is scheduled to be released just before GRL. Here’s the blurb:

Sex. Murder. Blackmail. Revenge. Life in the Big Easy can be a real bitch.

Meet Jon Fox, a sexy New Orleans private detective with more family secrets than even he knows about. But his latest case is about to bring more to the swampy surface than Fox himself could ever have guessed—

A polite old lady with a plot to murder a stranger; A mother whose secret sent her insane; An uncle with complete control over the family empire; A father whose suicide might once again tear his family apart; And a hot, handsome, clueless blond with a knack for being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Yes, meet Jon Fox. A New Orleans private detective whose complicated life…just got a little more complex.

This should be a rollicking interview. I’m sure that, like me, you’re probably wondering how they managed to pull this book off without killing each other. While these authors are two of my favourite people and I love them dearly, many times I have wanted to kill them because neither one is easy to deal with. They don’t seem to like each other much as, according to Geoff, Ethan crapped over everything he wrote as Ethan’s goal in life is to piss over everyone else’s dreams.   😆

Here’s your chance to ask them anything you ever wanted to know about the book, who won which fight, and how they came out of this project without any visible scars. Are they still friends? 😈

This post will remain open for comments/questions until September 8.




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  • Well, just from reading the blurb, and despite some, err, problems…is this book the beginning of what sounds like a wonderful series? It seems like it has all the makings for one, unless the authors kill each other first!! :boxing:

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